A new media digital photographic images of bright colorful cellular pools juxtapose with neutral tones savoring quip moments in a scrapbook fashion. Formerly titled, "File under M: for Memory Me," the "Memory Me" piece is a contemporary resistance to what is not being talked about which is Global Warming.
"File under M for Memory Me, 2019." Sea level is rising. This image is an SOS.
The conglomerated graphic layers of white and black architectural photograph,'Bunker Hill, 2015' from ET series, 'These walls are not my Own, 2015-2017' juxtaposed with the pink magenta editing digital graphically placed lines, with the text Memory Me adjacent.
Contemporary art, is something I make to feel more connecte
"Green New Deal" originated from an instagram scroll - the blurry image and the text below it, with the hourglass shape in the center. This was originally a mistake when I first captured the image because of the hour glass, the phone was having trouble loading, yet while reflecting back on it, it seems like perfect message.
When are we going to do something? Really do something with our climate
― Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
"The Simple Step." 2019. Created over the notion that Trump is the worst possible President in all American history. His entire platform is a web of lies and propaganda, killing over 500,000 Americans from the beginning of the Covid-19.
"Sunshine Imposter" 2019. Digital Image of Los Angeles, CA architecture shot like street photography - later digitally encircled by the yellow block pool of color. The title intended to reflect satirically global warming of the planet. Just this year, 2021, "heat domes" were becoming part of the regular forecast on the northwest, and west part of the United States.
"Leave Me Here. 2019." - Inside the digitally drawn pink circle is an architectural photograph originally made in 2016 in Chicago. When titling the original architectural series, "Leave me here," is the original title for that image.
Archival Giclee print, 2019. 8.5 x 11 inches.
"Couch. 2019." Digital Photograph later manipulated for the series.
"There was a couch in an empty house that was being sold. This was the only object of furniture that was left. I feel like so much of American's lives are lived on couches. Not doing any anything, not wanting to do anything just being bombarded by the media and misinformation while we have become a slave to the internet, and n