I really enjoyed Infinity Mirrors Exhibition! Yayoi Kusama (Japanese, born 1929)—is one of the twentieth century’s most influential artists. The exhibition is an expansive journey across six decades of Kusama’s creative output and explored the development of the artist’s Infinity Mirror Rooms, her iconic, kaleidoscopic environments. The exhibition presented six of these rooms as well as sculptures, paintings, works on paper, film excerpts, archival ephemera, and additional large-scale installations that span the early 1950s to the present day. Also on view will be numerous new works by the 89-year-old artist, who remains active in her Tokyo studio.
I’ve been working on creating a 90's website for a dear friend. It’s cool because I can see how far technology has come. It also makes me very humble as I get back to the basics of coding.
Working mostly in CMS can often times be more challenging than just coding from scratch.
CMS systems are usually limited.
Makes me wonder sometimes…
Is all the new programming needed (for small businesses) now that social media is around?
Learning Python at General Assembly Ptython Bootcamp
Home office #workflow days.
Great discussions on new technology at #Microsoft #TechRoots
Outtakes from the #Google Conference I attended a while ago. Still amazed at what is to come. This is a 3D Printed Sculpture of President #Obama is in the #Smithsonian
Wise words from Delta’s CEO Edward H. Bastian.
The Hope Global Conference was great this year as usual. I really enjoyed and met great people.
Garden Club trip for Home Depot. Captured a shot of the Mums.
I looked up and this was my view. Thought I would capture it. #NewYork #FinancialDistrict
The Google Cloud Platform conference in New York was amazing! I learned so much about new technology and what’s to come.
This is one of my favorite! Dtox
I captured this photo while out shopping to help me remember the ingredients.
Happy New Year!
I captured this image using the Iphone 6s on my way to an Atlanta Hawks game.
It was raining and I was stuck in traffic downtown near the CNN building. #Atl
I took this photo using the Iphone 6s at Ann Mashburn. I love the way they displayed the boot with the books. It tells a story of being strong, beautiful, feminine, and smart.
I’m starting to love photography. I took this picture on a random rooftop in Downtown Atlanta near the Peachtree Center. Just taking in the scenery :)