Auburn for me was something I was born into you might say, but now it’s home. It’s a beautiful town, a community that I’m highly invested in because it’s where I live and work.
To visit the three areas of my site, go to Faith, Photography, or my Blog feed. This is the starting point of a project I’ve been working on for years, but now I’m giving it an official name, The Streets of Auburn. One of the challenges of coming up with a project that you can do in a unique artistic style is being able to capture the essence of the subject beyond the superficial, in my case, beyond what a visiting tourist could do on a football weekend. Whatever the subject, the local is always going to have the advantage because they live and breathe the subject matter on a daily basis, but that also means you can overlook the obvious and still only capture the ordinary.
The purpose of this project (at the time of this writing anyway) is to capture the essence of life as a local in Auburn, Alabama, not just as a football fan on a Saturday afternoon. Sports is such a big part of this town that it has to be included in the subject, but there is so much more to Auburn than sports and football, and that’s what I am going to attempt to show through this project.
Below is a start into editing thousands and thousands of images I have taken of Auburn over the past decade. This is just a start to my edit. The edit will be ongoing and will be done live here on this project page. I will be continually taking images out and putting new images into this project, so come back over time and see how it progresses. The photo above is me at a much younger age, but obviously with a heart for Auburn from the start.