and looking at the ocean because it is raining very hard. there are surfers in the water. my cat is asleep.
Here is the photo story I created this week at the Salt Institute. The days were really long and it was way too short, but I had a really amazing experience. Getting to know Denis (featured in these pictures), his life, his farm, and his family was wonderful and my classmates and teachers were fantastic.
Denis is an artist, farmer, father, and veteran who began to lose his sight in 1985. In 2009 he lost his sight entirely. He still paints with the help of his wife, does work on the farm, and teaches his sons about renovating houses. With this story I tried to focus on how Denis experienced and experiences the world, through light, touch, and sound.
and i am actually pretty sad to leave the farm and the little old blind man and his wife and his sons and the farm-hands and i kind of feel like i ended up being a very small and relatively insignificant part of their family but that’s a pretty cool and special thing that i’m really thankful to have been involved in
for this program is about this blind farmer veteran man who is super interesting and lives on this totally beautiful farm and anyway my professor is trying to get me to capture the farm and the farmer in this certain way photographically that is really fucking challenging and anyway i’ve been doing 12 hour days so that’s my life right now
Summer photo story. Excerpt 1.
Anonymous said: What sort of drug(s) were they?
just weed, nothing exciting.
Hella low key birthday. Got breakfast with the sister. Drove to Maine alone. Dinner with aunt and uncle. I miss my mom. That’s about all.
i’m going to listen to paramore and fallout boy now
i was very possibly higher than i have ever been in my life and that is saying something actually
i am hearing lots of music that definitely isn’t there in real life