Better In Black and White on display in Alumni Park at the University of Southern California from April 6th-9th, 2015

Access Visionaries Pop Art Gallery: Better in Black And White

Better In Black and White on display in Alumni Park at the University of Southern California from April 6th-9th, 2015
Better In Black and White on display in Alumni Park at the University of Southern California from April 6th-9th, 2015

“Come stroll through an outdoor art gallery showcasing a range of visual arts including photography, paintings, and drawings by USC Students. A new set of artwork will be installed every day this week by USC Performing Arts Committee and be on display from 11:00AM to 5:00PM in Alumni Park.” – USC Performing Arts Committee, 04/2015

I never thought my photography would be featured in an Art Gallery. Anyone who has been following my “Let Me Shoot You” efforts from last semester know that I’ll go to great lengths to provide my friends with original head shots and practice my Photoshop/Lightroom skills. The “Better in Black and White” collection is a small selection of photos from these early photography efforts. Each expression was a surprise find, like a small treasure; the boys made great shots without even knowing it. After reviewing my work, I knew I wanted to share these priceless picks with the world, and thanks to the USC Performing Arts Committee, I’ve been granted that opportunity!

About My Boys

Peter
Peter

Peter

Peter is a President of Building Government, a volunteer in the community, an athlete and an incredibly responsible citizen of this planet. He’s also responsible for being ridiculous and had no idea how close I had zoomed in.

Bellamy
Bellamy


Bellamy

Bellamy is an engineer-turned-theatre-major and Korean Cultural performer. He’s also not too fond of cameras, but his nervousness inadvertently made him look super cool.

Patrick
Patrick

Patrick

Patrick’s saxaphone playing is University-famous as he’s a member of the Spirit of Troy, the self-proclaimed #1 Marching Band in the Universe. This engineer swung by the set of my last photo shoot as a joke for approximately 60 seconds. But I caught him.

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