• A Memorable Night in January

    Finally sharing some old photo’s from Aperture’s first exhibition that I helped with. It featured photographers such as Nan Goldin who is best known for her book The Ballad of Sexual Dependency, also Steven Shore’s work was there too, along with William Eggleston and others. Over 1,000 people came and only four of us work scholars […]

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  • A Manhattan Letterpress

    A few Tuesdays ago I went to Aldine, an amazingly nice letterpress company located on the lower west side in Manhattan. Aperture is having their magazine launch party next Wednesday, February 24th, and one of the head designers decided to finalize the beauty of the invite by printing it on a letterpress. It’s all in the details […]

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  • Loving the Physical Magazine

    The magic that goes behind the making of a magazine has always been intriguing to me as a little girl. Recently, last fall, I had the amazing opportunity to work for a short while as a designer for TOWN magazine upon graduating college. The experience was great and the monthly deadline to send the publication to […]

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  • My Beginning at Aperture Foundation

    Yesterday as I was sitting under the Manhattan Bridge it baffled me to think that I’m back in New York City again. The circumstances that occurred after I graduated college in May were painfully surprising. Living in Anderson, SC for 7 months, and moving in a place with little furniture and no bed definitely took […]

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  • The Mark of My Beginning

    Hello! This I my first post of what I hope to be a personal and encouraging blog for both myself and the many humans who occupy the globe. To start off, I’m not a perfect person, I just need an organized place with endless amounts of resources and space where I can document my growth […]

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