My iPhone & Me

A rotating collection of moments, artifacts and scenes from around the world.

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Life is your art. An open, aware heart is your camera. A oneness with your world is your film. Your bright eyes and easy smile is your museum.
— Ansel Adams
 

I first laid my hands on an iPhone in August of 2007; it was a college graduation gift from my mom. When I started college 11 years earlier, cell phones weren’t ubiquitous, email was a novelty, Google was still two years from making it’s debut and I carried a Pentax K1000 everywhere I went. 

A lot has changed about the world since my youth, but nothing has been more seismic for me personally than that day in 2007 when I first held the iPhone.

This rotating collection of moments, artifacts and scenes from around the world are both a peek into my sketchbook and a tribute to my love of image making. From unsigned, open edition prints to limited edition signed prints and other photo-related coolness, this collection will rotate periodically. Please check back often.

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