Southern Graveyard Stroll

    “What we mourn for the dead is the loss of their hopes.” ~John Berger Click on the above image to view Southern Graveyard Stroll, photographs taken shortly after the death of… Continue reading

Anonymity

A teaser to start off an early Tuesday morning, here’s an image I have been working on while thinking a lot of Anonymity. Since graduating university, living on my own for the first… Continue reading

Guarded Sky

Stepping outside, the sky was on fire. Immediately, I dropped everything and reached for my camera. I fiddled with the aperture and ISO settings, wanting to keep the color true to what my… Continue reading

Loving the beauty and depth of Parisa Taghizadeh Photographs

The other day I stumbled upon the work of Parisa Taghizadeh. I love his use of light in his photographs, but more importantly than the beauty behind them is the loaded messages that are… Continue reading

Old Large Format 8×10 Work from Spring 2010

Equal Empowerment   Carrie. 8×10 Digital Scan. 2010. Stumbling along this path I call freshman year, I have made more than a few mistakes, but have experienced way more lessons that I ever… Continue reading

Framing The Integrity of Violation – Senior Thesis 2013

Framing the Integrity of Violation Meg O’Neill The photographic series Framing the Integrity of Violation addresses how personal experiences become embodied as place. Experiences such as violation, helplessness, self-revulsion, repulsion, and aggression, as… Continue reading

Work-in-Progress Senior Thesis/ uncut

Isolation: An exploration of connection and disconnection Meg O’Neill Slim looked through George and beyond him. “Ain’t many guys travel around together,” he mused. “I don’t know why. Maybe ever’body in the whole… Continue reading

Junior Thesis

Leave Me By Meg O’Neill With age, eyes like a lens, adjust to the bizarre new realities of the world, as naivety is lost and awareness to life’s imperfections grows more evident. Life will… Continue reading

Abandoned Set 4- “Loneliness is the human condition.”

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Loneliness is the human condition. Cultivate it. The way it tunnels into you allows your soul room to grow. Never expect to outgrow loneliness. Never hope to find people who will understand… Continue reading

Little Lion Man- a reflection of Abandoned 3

“Little Lion Man” Weep for yourself, my man, You’ll never be what is in your heart Weep, little lion man, You’re not as brave as you were at the start Rate yourself and… Continue reading