Several of my shots featured on the cover and inside of Curbside Splendor’s January eZine.
The good folks over at Curbside Splendor always do a great job with their publications and its an honor to finally work with them. Founded in the fall of 2009 right here in Logan’s Square Chicago they make it their mission to “publish literary fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and art that celebrate the delicate point where gritty urban life and art intersect.” This month they’ll be featuring shots from a piece of mine entitled “Pixel Quirk.” It represents the inevitable digitization of our modern world. We are increasingly viewing the world electronically, instead of using our own eyes. Instagraming instead of enjoying, liking instead of living. It seems weird to me, yet I too press my eye up against a viewfinder and present these images to you. Just one of the many newly revealed quirks of living a modern life.
You can read the January issue for free here (http://issuu.com/curbsidesplendor/docs/cs_e-zine_january_2014 )