"Play Me, I'm Yours" was a month-long, city-wide interactive art installation that invited Austinites to explore and enhance the city's soundscape. During the month of April 2011, pianos appeared in public places throughout Austin's urban area with the simple invitation to "Play Me, I'm Yours." Passersby were encouraged to play at least a few keys while listening to and observing the effects of their endeavors. In total, there were 14 pianos placed throughout downtown Austin. I didn't get photos of them all but here are a few that I managed to play!
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Today, the 2011 Texas 4000 for Cancer team set out on their 70 day cycling journey from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska. The 70 mile ride to Lampasas, known as the ATLAS ride, gives supporters of the organization the opportunity to ride along with the team on the first day. Nearly 500 supporters joined the team en route to the Texas Legato Winery, where a celebration was held for the team. They presented their new Program Presentation which will be accompanied by this video that I put together from rider interviews and other Texas 4000 related footage. Ride Strong!
Thursday, June 2, 2011
Now that the wedding has come and gone, I can finally upload photos from a bridal session I did with my friend Talia. Last week, she married one of my good friends from high school in San Antonio at the Witte Museum so keep an eye out for photos to come soon! For her bridal portraits, Talia wanted to take urban photos in and around south and downtown San Antonio. Growing up in the area gave me some insight to some cool locations so here's some of my favorites with a few more for your viewing pleasure on my Flickr.