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44 – Fisherman’s Wharf

Jun
3,
2012
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Fisherman's Wharf

44 – Fisherman’s Wharf
San Francisco, CA, 2012.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

43 – Defy the Standards (Disney Concert Hall – F. Gehry)

Jun
3,
2012
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Defy the Standards (Disney Concert Hall – F. Gehry)

43 – Defy the Standards (Disney Concert Hall – F. Gehry)
Los Angeles, CA, 2012.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

42 – Playing Koi

Jun
3,
2012
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Playing Koi

42 – Playing Koi
San Francisco, CA, 2010.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

41 – Have You Seen the Doctor?

Jun
3,
2012
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Have You Seen the Doctor?

41 – Have You Seen the Doctor?
New York, NY, 2011.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

40 – Howard U Loves 5 Guys!

Jun
3,
2012
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Howard U Loves 5 Guys

40 – Howard U Loves 5 Guys!
Washington, DC, 2011.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

39 – What Do You Know About Mahalia Jackson?

Jun
3,
2012
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What Do You Know About Mahalia Jackson?

39 – What Do You Know About Mahalia Jackson?
Los Angeles, CA, 2010.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

38 – IAD

Jun
3,
2012
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IAD

38 – IAD
Dulles, VA, 2010.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

37 – That’s A Lot of Cornflakes

Jun
3,
2012
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That's A Lot of Cornflakes

37 – That’s A Lot of Cornflakes
Los Angeles, CA, 2011.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

36 – Apple Stack

Jun
3,
2012
0
Apple Stack

36 – Apple Stack
Dallas, TX, 2010.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

34 – Thee Haight Ashbury

Jun
3,
2012
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Thee Haight Ashbury

34 – Thee Haight Ashbury
San Francisco, CA, 2010.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.