Torch Magazine

I am an intensely project-based photographer. I love having a larger task or goal to chip away at and mull over for a long time. After being published in multiple works by other students as well as my own book, I decided to try to make a magazine by myself. I wanted to do this…

Logo

I’ve been wanting to play around with making my own logo recently, but I definitely didn’t have the tools to do so before taking this class. The logo is based off of a tattoo that I got in April 2018 – the tattoo is a lion with orchids growing on its face. It is a…

TrinketWitch Jewelry

This morning I had the pleasure of photographing jewelry for one of my favorite local artists, TrinketWitch Jewelry. Everything is made by a woman named Nour – she is incredibly talented and all of her pieces are unique and painstakingly detailed. She is the one modeling for the feature image! I even asked Kalyxa in…

Mixtape Potluck

Last week I had the opportunity to work as the photography assistant on a cookbook that Questlove is putting together called Mixtape Potluck. The project hasn’t been released yet, but I’m too excited about it not to share on here. We shot for 10 – 12 hours a day for six days, and I met…

David Fonteyne

This past weekend I had the pleasure of going to Carre D’artistes, a gallery in Center City where I found the work of a French painter named David Fonteyne. I immediately fell in love with the colors in his work and was happy to learn that he will be hosting an open studio in the…

LaughtHERfest

This Saturday, Bloomers (Penn’s all female musical sketch comedy troupe) is hosting their fourth annual festival that celebrates women in comedy. There will be improv, comedy, and writing workshops all day followed by an evening performance in Annenberg. Comedy troupes from several different schools in the country are coming (Brown!) as well. SNL’s Melissa Villaseñor…

Kimonos at Gion Matsuri

This summer I was lucky enough to stumble upon a festival in Kyoto while I was backpacking in Japan. It was the second day of a three day festival called Gion Matsuri (I linked an article where you can read a little more about it). Twenty or so streets were blocked offed from cars and…