To create Memory Me - I playfully handpicked past and current images for branding a new colorful and thought provoking series. Drawn by the bright colorfulness encircling the imagery, the message is much more, calling for change in a world where few Americans protest. Memory Me the title - brings together feelings of yearning in a way that is a bit more of romanticized notion in a time where climate change is real, time is fleeting, and art created in the past - I never want to be forgotten.
The first in the series, adding a bit of a more abstract initial design, the black grid taken from the architectural series. So taking a bit of that hardened concrete structure - and billowing out to an abstract thought bubble of design of never wanting to be forgotten.
Reapropiating “Llamas tied to a lifeguard stand at the beach as the Woolsey fire burns on. Photo: Wally Skalij/The Los Angeles Times via Getty Images” from 2018 into a bubble of hot pink, showing and almost mocking the fact that climate change is not a progressive movement but something that is watched and observed.
I took this picture in passing through a house while searching for an apartment to rent, it was the only object in the unoccupied house. How we love to sit and watch the world go by.
From a picture of my mothers flower bed, this spring chicken arrived. Spring evokes new notions of renewal, and that there can be change.
Taken at a restaurant in Richmond, VA, the Beavine Burger, answers all their calls through this rotary phone. 1. The landline is not so common, but a rotary phone for an operating restaurant? 2. The periwinkle blueness of it - almost like the ocean is calling - mother earth needs our help.
When we are trying to help entomb our uniqueness everyday of what we ate, what we shopped for, what we did on social media — Is it helping us? Is it hurting us? Writing from 2008.
Miami is one of the most affected cities from global warning. The sea-line from when I took this picture in 2019 to 10 years from now - will be different.