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24 Hours in Beaufort

Dewy mornings, seaside lunches, historic houses, and wild horses… 24 hours in Beaufort, North Carolina is one of beautiful surroundings and peaceful walks.

24 Hours in is a series to capture an honest portrayal of a place through my experience and what I see within 24 hours shared in 24 frames. All images taken with my Hasselblad 500c and black & white TMX 100 film.

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24 Hours in Boston

In a town where you can’t escape the importance of history is a culture with an obvious political conscience for the future. Our past stands in little buildings as strong as the sky scrapers towering over them. There are more bookstores than coffee shops, more old things than new, and this 24 hours in Boston, Massachusetts was well spent among all those things.

24 Hours in is a series where I capture an honest portrayal of a place through my experience and what I see within 24 hours shared in 24 frames. All images taken with my Hasselblad 500c and black & white Tri-x 400 film.

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24 Hours in Kansas City

A local brew, a renowned paper, a place that has kept growing with the times… Kansas City might be in the middle of our country but the pride in it’s history, culture, arts, businesses, districts and morals is among the top. It’s simply… nice.

24 Hours in is a series where I capture an honest portrayal of a place through my experience and what I see within 24 hours shared in 24 frames. All images taken with my Hasselblad 500c and black & white Ilford HP5 film.

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24 Hours in Dallas / Fort Worth

24 hours in my home town and at my parents house in the country, I became a part of the car culture as I commuted between Fort Worth and Dallas on my day’s errands and social engagements. This is my first set with the 24 hours series that was experienced with car travel and what I’ve learned in comparison with the other cities I’ve photographed is that you miss so much life when you zoom by at 70mph. I always ask myself “why do I love living in New York?” and through this project I’ve come to realize that I like being open to new experiences. When you walk from one destination to the next you have to experience the sounds, smells, weather, locals and events that you hadn’t planned on happening around you. In Cape Cod when I went for a walk down to the ocean’s edge I came across some local fishermen and we talked for about an hour on the business of being seamen accompanied by fascinating stories. If I had driven I would have missed that conversation and richness to a local culture.

To me, this set of 24 hours is very different because it consists of moments of destinations premeditated with broken time intervals where I commuted in the car which breaks up the narrative of the day. However, that is what this series is for — to compare the different cultures, landscapes, people and experiences of time spent in diverse cities to better understand how we live and how we choose to live in the future. 

24 Hours in is a series where I capture an honest portrayal of a place through my experience and what I see within 24 hours shared in 24 frames. All images taken with my Hasselblad 500c and black & white Tri-X 400 film.

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