CLICK MAKE is a curation of patterns/compositions made weekly during the two semesters of my senior year at SVA. These patterns are made from photographs I had taken each week; mostly arbitrarily shot with my phone. The significance here, however, was to make something, anything, from something, anything.
This was a personal project, a meditative process of experimentation and discovery that acted as a break from work and allowed me to learn more through trial and error.
Each week came with a set of self-imposed limitations regarding how much time I could spend on each composition, what aspect of the photograph I could draw from, or what I must be listening to in the moment, etc.