SNAPSHOTS (1999-present) are random images captured on disposable film or digital cameras. Many of the photographs have been printed as 8x10in glossy prints at local convenient stores and kept in a box. The photographs document the mundane observations and experiences of a suburban African American millennial.
In the age of the selfie, it is rare to continually turn the lens downward or upward. These images were not originally captured with the intention of creating art. The act of walking and looking has merely been documented, but over time that documentation has amounted to hundred of snapshots.