Character Study

Created a new gallery in my website. You can see it here. It's a project that was completed during the last quarter of classes at Ohio University. My graduate class took it unto ourselves to design a class. We called it Character Study. The idea was to make portraits, critique, and learn how to make better portraits. We read some photo critiques and discussed the meaning that pictures of people can have, and how these meanings are dialogued and represented to the world out there. The perk? To have another class together. One last bang with the crew. I can't say it enough, I am so fortunate to have had my classmates. They provided a selfless desire for the other to improve.

We had a gallery opening for our "final". The house, also known as The White House, that Victor and I lived in was transformed into a gallery... furniture was removed, photographs were hanged and food was served. Faculty and students came. Twas an amazing night. I'm happy, so happy, for the two-years in Athens at OU, and with my classmates. Thank you.
 What it looked like...
And, some words from Sheila herself...