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study abroad 2018

Bruny Island

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Bruny Island

I'd have to say that Bruny Island is one of my favorite places in all of Tasmania. From the picturesque beaches to the most tranquil rainforests, it is a place I will never forget. 

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Color Identity

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Color Identity

Color is a visual phenomenon, and color preference among people can follow common trends, however, personal color and style inclinations are often acutely individualized. This project investigates the color trends found in different people’s closets. I believe clothes and the colors we wear are a form of self expression. To explore this notion further, I asked five models, including myself, to choose three outfits from their closet, thinking about shoes and jewelry as well.

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The Wonders of MONA

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The Wonders of MONA

MONA: The Museum of New and Old Art is a bizarre spectacle well worth the visit. Greeted by strings of mama chickens and toddling chicks, a vineyard, and strange birds I'd never seen before (which I now know are called Guinea Folws), I was delighted. Only five minutes and without even entering the museum, and MONA had already confounded my expectations of museums. But that was only the beginning.

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Visiting with Kangaroos

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Visiting with Kangaroos

Let me just start by saying... Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is a kangaroo wonderland! There were kangaroos everywhere. It was amazing! There were, of course, other animals - including but not limited to: emu, Tasmanian devils, and koalas. But the kangaroos... it felt like a kangaroo portrait session.

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Sunrise Symphony

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Sunrise Symphony

A brisk wind whips my hair into a frenzy and the chill eats at my bones. But its all worth it for the sky. Because the sky is singing a glorious symphony of color, flooding my brain with a kaleidoscope of pinks, reds, and blues. I cant feel my fingers, but they still work - at least enough to click the shutter. I smile as the wind returns for another pass at my hair, throwing it in my face. Time to pop back inside and warm up for the next verse in the sky’s morning symphony.

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A 'Busy' Day in Tokyo

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A 'Busy' Day in Tokyo

Day one in Tokyo was awesome! My dad took me to an interactive art exhibition all about color and flowers. We even had flower drinks: he had a lemonade with a species of purple flower and I had sakura (cherry blossom) soda. It was delicious!

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Morning Light Revelations

Morning Light Revelations

I woke up early this morning, my first morning since I left home. And, instead of curling up in my blankets and reading a my book, I decided that I should take the opportunity to take some photos uninhibited by people.