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Michael Tatalovich  trying not to sacrifice depth for breadth

we left the employee party for an impromptu photoshoot and so i just *had* so serve my lil inverse stripe moment

destructive construction


even after almost 3 years w/o seeing this Human Gem, we caught up like old friends, but we have both grown so much since graduating and have done so much and i'm just so proud of her as a person w her way in this world :,) ily eeeeeema

hiiii ! i know it's been a while but i've been locked away studying for finals BUT
this week i'm flying to LA to speak at Facebook as a guest of @teencanceramerica !
i am so honored i get to discuss with teens what it meant to me to share my cancer journey on social media (mainly IG) and how that helped me through that time

i'll be in LA Tues(5/9)–Fri(5/12) so if you'll be there, pls message me so i can say haiiiiii 👋🏼🌴
(📷: @aesetic_aesthetic)

even the buildings here come in comfort colors 🤢🙄

@overlandpartners stair detail on campus
the stairs crown out slightly to ruts between the tread and wall for effective drainage and a pleasing reveal

also i'm playing with the format a lil bit and can't help feel like @cb

i hope y'all are meditating on what drives you and what paralyzes you and trying to internalize it and maybe seek to change it or celebrate it. this tumultuous retrograde has me reflecting and hoping y'all are being okay with things as i am struggling to do so

another photograph submission for this class that takes a critical look at banal spaces and their qualities that lend themselves to blur the line between documented (photograph) and created (rendering). spaces like these were probably happily signed off but never receive use because of their lack of attention to orientation and because people don't operate like sims, contrary to many architectural renderings

leaf settlement patterns
part of my work for my architectural photography class wherein we explore the problematic symptoms of Architectural Photography. here, nature (leaf litter) is thought of as a nuisance—something to clean up—but in actuality, architecture is an intervention in nature.

THE Hello Mr himself, @ryanfitzgibbon here in Austin for the #WWIM15 with @hellomr !
we had a proper catch up—discussing family, the past, and the (no doubt) auspicious road ahead.
Being around Ryan, his trained, awl-like blue eyes and 6'4" stature would be intimidating if they weren't offset by his constant warm smile, and settled, quiet sense of observation. a man whose reservation is not taciturn but inviting, and adds less to mystery than admiration and respect.
the work that he's done professionally and personally opening up the conversation for nuanced gay experience has literally changed the way print media operates.
it is always a privilege to be able to see Ryan and i hope y'all are as excited for his future prospects as i am 💕

while the rest of austin seems to be in a SXSW frenzy, i am so content enjoying this little alcove, almost bucolic here, on a more placid take on spring break
ps i still am in love with flower arranging should i just drop out & become a florist ?

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