Happy Friday Everyone!
So I know I have been neglecting the blog a little bit, but I have been super busy so please forgive me!
I wanted to leave you all with a little inspiration for your weekend. It’s been awhile since I have posted a Featured Artist Friday, but I’m really excited about today’s artist! I went to school with Trevor and even though I met him during my last graduating quarter, I knew Trevor would do great things. I went to his graduating portfolio review a couple weeks ago and was completely blown away by how much his work has grown! After I saw his series on body form…I felt like I had to pick my mouth up off the floor! This series inspires me so much and there is just something about it that is so intriguing and continues to draw me in! I told Trevor I would even buy some of these prints for art work in my apartment, I love them that much. I hope you all find a bit of inspiration from Trevor and the fantastic work he is creating. Be sure to check out the rest of his amazing work on his website. And leave this kid some love because he deserves it.
Have a great weekend everyone! Now here is a word from Trevor…
“When I graduated from high school I didn’t know what I wanted to do with myself. I had worked in construction for the last 4 summers during school but I did not want to have that as a life career. I went to BCC to try and find something to make a career out of. I took a film photography class just for an easy credit class. But by the end I was loving photography and at this point I was just walking around different cities taking pictures of random objects. Now after two years at the Art Institute I like the fashion/Portrait field of photography. But I do experiment with abstract art photography, proven by the series shown below. Just graduated form the Art Institute of Seattle I am still looking for a job in something in my field. The perfect job would be working for some company for a steady pay check and having the time to do my own photography on the side.”
The series is about body forms started when I noticed textures of macro shots. So I brought a friend into the studio and started experimenting with light and her body in front of the light. After about a two hour shoot I had my series. Some of the pictures remind you of space, some of just dirt but each is unique. I have plans to shoot for this series again to make it a little different.