Attended and documented BUILD / AIGA 2012 Student Conference. Meeting Tad Carpenter and Mig Reyes as well as supporting the student design community made for a fulfilling experience. See more photos on the AIGA Saint Louis Chapter's Group Facebook page.

Tad Carpenter gives talk to design students
Buttons with the beautifully designed graphics by students from Webster University
Professionals take a look at student portfolios

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I couldn't help but notice the insurmountable amount of bicycles chained up on the streets of New York. Some bikes are cared for more than others but for the most part you'll see forgotten frames of the most prolific mode of individual transportation in the world. Here are some of those sad bikes.


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"In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks." - John Muir.

I look back at my humbling experiences in nature with nostalgia and reverence. Here are a few shots from those trips outside.

ice patch - Matterhorn Peak
a sight to wake up to - Grand Teton National Park
Old Faithful - Yellowstone National Park
hot spring - Yellowstone National Park
frost in the morning - Washington State Park
Morro Rock at Morro Bay
trail shot - Mount Whitney
survey marker - Mount Whitney
highest vegetation - Mount Whitney
Matterhorn Peak
jewel of the ozarks - Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park
Castlewood State Park
a sight to wake up to - Bell Mountain Wilderness

In April 2011 over 250 creative St. Louisans gathered to throw darts at a huge map of the City of St. Louis. The result was a collection of photographs shows a snapshot of St. Louis as it is today, one random block at a time. These photos represent the intersection of Louisiana and Bingham.

See the best of my shots below. See all of the entries here.