SCAD represents 119 countries, many are in the U.S. on a visa and plan to work in the U.S.–a prospect that is becoming more unobtainable every year.
The year of 2019 ends with more global anxiety than it started.
A quaint Maine museum’s appreciation for the mundane.
Hong Kong has been in the throes of city-wide protests since June 9th. What started it? Why is it going on for so long? What is SCAD's response?
Photography is not only an act of capturing images to document moments but emotionally driven work, reflective of the photographer’s subconscious.
With a year full of societal unrest, it is important to look at why Hong Kong is an incredible experience, and why you should visit.
I am sitting alone in the empty room, listening to the hum of the air vents above; Each minute noise amplified like I was in a Fresnel lens. Besides a few bags hugging the right corner of the wall, the bedroom is devoid of objects. I had arrived early at my new apartment, whom I … Continue reading Summer Journal: Savannah Vignettes
James ‘Double Dutch’ Kimble, Jr. in front of his memorial I live in a neighborhood on the verge of gentrification–marked by a very literal socioeconomic railroad track. The home next to mine ominously crepitates, with a second-floor deck threatening to collapse. An overgrown playground, where I have yet to see children play, lay behind an … Continue reading Summer Journal: August
The night air was heavy; smelling of the sea, fish, and cigarette smoke. I sat at a small table with a motley group of individuals at a local hawker centre in Tuen Mun (新青山灣沙灘餐廳). Sitting to the right of me, an Australian man with a beige flat cap recently came back from Tianjin, China, hoping … Continue reading Summer Journal: June
I am deeply disturbed by the events that unfolded on the 5th of August in Hong Kong.