One of the things I love to do is photograph designs I find in architecture, nature, and textures. I always seem to have an overwhelming amount of images to sort through and I wanted to find a way to incorporate all of my favorites. I decided to compile my many images into photo grids. Each grid has it’s own style or feel in tonality, and shape. I think this quilting of images represents the many things that are laid before our eyes on a daily basis. It’s almost like a picture journal of sorts. These are just images of everyday things I see and find interesting. Every image reminds me of a place I have been.
places represented in these grids: Huntsville,TX. New Waverly,TX. Houston,TX. SHSU campus. my moms backyard. Chicago,IL. my house. my dad’s backyard. Playa Mujeres, Mexico. my car. driving in the rain. Wal-Mart parking lot. Redbox. Underground Ministry in Houston. Madisonville,TX. Salado,TX. San Antonio,TX. Madrid, Spain. Henderson,TX. Cypress,TX. Galveston,TX. Cambridge,Mass. my in-law’s house. Waterwood park. abandoned houses. antique stores. Tomball,TX. Pasadena,TX.