Monday, March 4, 2013

Works in Progress

Chubby Bunny Series

Chubby Bunny (Test Shot #1) 2013

Chubby Bunny (Test Shot #2) 2013


Sunday, May 6, 2012

People and Places

People, Places, Things
Intro to Digital Photography Spring 2012

Mom, 2012

Grandmama, 2012

Baby 'Hood, 2012

3316, 2012

Untitled (Plastic Chair and Garage Door), 2012

Resourceful Fence Repair, 2012.


Friday, May 4, 2012

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

New Work!

These are the prints I turned in for my last Intro to Digital Photography assignment. Anyone recognize where the third photo was taken? :)

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Photography Class

Hey y'all!  I just finished up a traditional black & white photography class this month.  It was so fun to be taking pictures and developing in the darkroom... I haven't done that in about 10 years! I will be posting some of my work here very soon!  Check back for updates!

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Works in Progress...

Here are a couple of paintings in progress...
This painting is not yet titled.  It depicts a Hurricane Katrina victim's creative shoes. 

This painting is not yet titled.  It depicts the moments after a waterbirth.  I'm fascinated by waterbirthing.  Its just so much more beautiful than the hospital birth environment.  Don't get me wrong, though.  Birth is what it is. A miracle.. no matter which route you take to get there.

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Thursday, February 3, 2011


  After what seemed like a long January, I finally finished my portfolio for my USC application.  Honestly, it was a miracle.  Just ask my mom, lol.  I've never really been able to finish projects quickly, and this was no ordinary project.  I had to put together a portfolio of at least 10 pieces, and since I had procrastinated, I only had a month to do it.  According to my track record, it was impossible.  But with God, all things are possible, and He sure delivered on that promise!  I finished without a day more to spare, but I finished well.  Yes, I felt stressed out at times, but thinking about the fact that only a miracle could get me through it actually lifted the burden off my shoulders.  Yes, I had to do the work, but He provided the wisdom and grace to actually get it done

  One example of His guidance was when I had just finished a major piece.  It had taken a lot of work and time and I had 3 significant pieces to finish in not much time.  I asked him to give me a strategy.. and he did.  I just felt Him saying that I should work on the pieces that needed less work, and leave the one that needed the most work for last.  Not really my usually plan of attack, but I did it anyways.  And when I was almost done with the second one, I realized that the third painting didn't even qualify for the portfolio!!!  Imagine if I had spent all that time working on a piece that could not be included?!  I probably would have had a heart attack, lol.  Or at least a good cry.  But God gave me the wisdom to know what to do first, and boy did it save me!! 

 So, here are a few pieces from my official USC application portfolio. I also hope to post new paintings soon.  I have one in the works that I'm really excited about, so check back soon for an update!  If you would like to inquire ab out how to purchase a piece, please email me at Thank you!

"Nomad's Land"
Oil on wood
24" x 24"
Not for sale

Oil on canvas
22" x 28"

Oil on wood
24" x 24"

Oil and glaze on wood panel
36" x 24"

"My Mamita"
Graphite on paper
9" x 12"

Oil on canvas
16" x 20"

"It's About You"
Oil and glaze on wood panel
1' x 2'