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A symbol of how much the collector trusts the artist.
"Plate 1" is an important piece to me. Not only is it the only token minted in 2021 on my contract, but it’s extremely unique in that the final photograph has been unrevealed.
This piece reflects on how people blindly mint unrevealed PFPs and trust the final artwork will be desirable and valuable to them. I find this phenomenon unique to this developing industry and want this photograph to embrace the suspenseful experience in its reveal.
Image to be revealed after acquisition.View full product details
Change is inevitable in life. Sometimes you are prepared; often you are not. Becoming a mother and being faced with COVID19 catalyzed a new, unexpected path in my work. Often pulled in many directions with so little time, I realized I needed to become my own subject as a process of self-empowerment through vulnerability.
I chose to reveal this image on my birthday 2.2.22, a powerful number to me, signifying a new era valuing myself as a women in a male dominated industry. This is the first self portrait I have ever released through my art.View full product details
I've spent my career documenting the beauty of my home state, California. During my exploration from south to north, the coast pulls my lens in its direction. I strive to document my home from a new perspective, preserving moments from our time in history.
Before I took this photograph, 4 Palms, I was at dinner watching the horizon as the day was coming to an end. After dinner, I decided to walk along the Newport Beach Peninsula to watch the sunset. As I approached the sand, I noticed this angle of the trees and was stunned by the view. I captured this beautiful moment before the sun dipped below the horizon using my monochrome, minimalist style. I now have a record of what is considered a quintessential California day.
“4 Palms” is an award-winning image, awarded in the highly acclaimed 2021 ND Awards recognizing some of the world’s most talented professional photographersView full product details
Sometimes it’s the places that bind us, a shared connection that transcends time. Monterey County has been a special place for many in my family. When I lived in Northern California I would frequent the coast and Point Lobos State Natural Reserve with my camera, I’ve always been drawn to this coastline which makes me feel grounded.
Decades prior, my grandmother took my mom and aunt to live with a friend, Sue Sally Hale, at Rancho Point Lobos near the State Natural Reserve when my grandfather was drafted into the Vietnam War. Sue Sally was a Polo pioneer who broke the gender barrier in the male-dominated world of polo. With the support of her male teammates, she disguised herself as a man for two decades competing in the sport. I credit her for much of the grit and determination as a horsewoman that now runs through the blood of many women in my family.
As I walk through the state park I can’t help but think how generations of inspirational women have walked here before me including family, friends, and photographers like Imogen Cunningham whose work I greatly admire. I chose to document the cypress tree which stands in solitude at the edge of the rocky point. It symbolizes the brave journey of carving your own path and standing tall where others never ventured before.View full product details
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