I had the wonderful (and vulnerable) experience of having Portland, Oregon photographer, Eric Nafziger, join me in my studio for the afternoon a few months back as I was gearing up to complete my graduate thesis work. The resulting photographs are a capturing of some of my work in its original context—the artist's space—which brings an awareness and empathy for the images as individual objects. These photos also represent a brief time in my artistic practice, highlighting elements and routines I found important then, and it's engrossing to watch them change and morph as a result of my own personal change and growth.
HUGE thanks to Erica; her work is lovely and empathetic, with the aesthetic sensibility of a deeply ingrained artistic eye. You can view Erica's original blog post of these images here.