From the Archives / by Jessica Davis

Tonight I went through and cleaned up an old hard drive. I found some photographs that I, One, never retouched, and two, completely forgot about... probably because at the time I felt they weren't the "final" image or just got lazy with the editing. Either way, I have found them, and it was interesting to see them and think about how my style of photography (and art in general) has changed since.

 

Self Portrait, m.c. escher style.

Self Portrait, m.c. escher style.

Apart of my ever changing Surreal project. Poor little girl born with an egghead.

Apart of my ever changing Surreal project. Poor little girl born with an egghead.

I literally have 7000 images of the lights from the RIT fourth floor studios. This was studio 3.

I literally have 7000 images of the lights from the RIT fourth floor studios. This was studio 3.

Highspeed photography class -- the Ballistic photography project.

Highspeed photography class -- the Ballistic photography project.

I honestly have no idea what this photograph was for. But I remember it involving Andrew David Hazey and a fire in the ceiling of the photo tech lab...

I honestly have no idea what this photograph was for. But I remember it involving Andrew David Hazey and a fire in the ceiling of the photo tech lab...