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dreamscapes

dreamscapes

no this isn’t out of focus, but its a thin slice of depth of field. shot at 1.4, 1/1600, iso 100. this is also my 200th shot i’ve posted on here!

reflections

reflections

a really (conceptually) lame photo of me and my band. just thought id post one more from my trip to washington DC. check back in a bit for some new photos when i have some time to shoot new subjects…school is finished in 3 days…

never have i

never have i

ive never been to such a rich city. in washington the sidewalks are as big as the roads, the trees contain the city like a forest, and everyone wears suits. i did not belong there.

ross

ross

shot on the york university campus during sunset on one of the coldest days i have ever experienced in february. i am done with winter!

a work in progress

a work in progress

here is an inside section of the brickworks being rebuilt by evergree(d)n trying to turn this place into a exhibition space of some sort.

bricks and walls

bricks and walls

i know its not really my work – taking a picture of graffiti, but i really like the composition and detail of this photo.

have faith in me

have faith in me

this is only a screencap of a video i made for class. it’s a short video and we had to make a story around an object that had personal value to us.
let me know what you think!

monologue:
i gave everything i have, everything i ever had.
success comes with a price, and i won the lottery.
dreams come true…if only i slept more often.

like a son watching his father, i studied my idols
and i did the same things they once had. confidence
comes with the abandonment of fear.

success comes with a price…things you can’t buy back.
i can’t find my way out, and the sound of silence is deafening.

does this make me a man? will my father finally be proud of me?
maybe now he won’t forget.

this is what i have, all that i have left.
and i pray it won’t be fleeting away as quickly as it came.
i wish i could freeze time.

Have Faith In Me from Jared P on Vimeo.

just stop

just stop

a stop sign outside a garage on a side street out in the country…ps happy vday to everyone…

victoria avenue

victoria avenue

a shot i took in the middle of november last year. at first i didn’t like it, but something seems interesting about it now. in the shot is my friend mike sicoli. didn’t have a tripod with me, so shot hand-held balanced on the pedestrian overpass at f10 for 15 seconds, iso 400.

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