New Work

The past several months have been insanely busy for me. Between a full time internship at The VIA Agency and picking up weekend shifts at the gallery, my schedule has been packed airtight. Although I’ve worked my summer into oblivion, I’ve gained a lot of new experiences worth putting my personal projects on hold for. At the end of my internship, I plan to document my experience and will post it here.

More importantly, I’ve been working on a self-documentary since the start of the summer. Writing scripts, filming b-roll, and developing new content has been a personal priority of mine. This documentary is continuously changing direction, but I am so excited to share it with you all. I plan to have my first of several installments finished in October. In the meantime, feel free to follow me on Instagram.

Postponed 4th of July at the Eastern Promenade in Portland, Maine. Also got to meet a friendly pup named Finn. Overall, good day!

Although there is no defined concept behind this series, these ass-backward paintings represent my current love-hate relationship with the art world. Inspired by silent observations formed during critiques and discussions, I attempt to convey my internalized frustration with huge superiority complexes, obnoxiously over-intellectualized art, and really fat egos.

"How to Show Emotion" is a short film created for my filmmaking class. This piece was entered into the MECA Film Festival and won "Best Narrative" out of over twenty films and three separate categories. As with all of my work, this piece is open to interpretation. Some have suggested that the character I portray resembles a sociopath, some have sat in disconcertment, and some have outright laughed their ass off. "How to Show Emotion" is a silly, sometimes ugly, but mostly sardonic expression of artmaking and the inherent pretentious attitudes that follow.

(Source: justintylercarey)

Here is a short observational documentary that I made for my filmmaking class. It’s my first film, shot with a Canon Rebel T3. I’ve recently upgraded to a Canon 70D and plan to pursue filmmaking more.

Just a few quick line drawings. 

In memory of my great-grandma, Dolores. One of the most joyful and humble of people…Your wit and youthful spirit will always be remembered.6/11/26 - 10/23/13.

In memory of my great-grandma, Dolores. 
One of the most joyful and humble of people…
Your wit and youthful spirit will always be remembered.
6/11/26 - 10/23/13.

My week in Stamford (shot with my iPhone.)

Today I went rock climbing, bungee jumping, and zip-lining. I also rode a bike orbitally and swung on a giant 50-foot swing. All in all, it was a good day! (Photos taken on my iPhone.)

Today I hiked 8 miles through the White Rocks of Bennington, Vermont.