OD started as a social experiment in 2014, in which 30" x 40" prints were taped to the ground from the perspective of a particular street photograph, merging the viewer and the photographer into one. Becoming a larger 2 month project in 2015, it challenged the city and it's government to look at it's streets and population differently.  OD2015 had 3 goals: 1. Protest the city's lackluster support for public art. 2. Protest the city's long standing non-action on homelessness. 3. Start a conversation about photography and promote a bigger street photo community in Dallas Fort-Worth. Relevant press can be found in the Blog.

OD started as a social experiment in 2014, in which 30" x 40" prints were taped to the ground from the perspective of a particular street photograph, merging the viewer and the photographer into one. Becoming a larger 2 month project in 2015, it challenged the city and it's government to look at it's streets and population differently.  OD2015 had 3 goals: 1. Protest the city's lackluster support for public art. 2. Protest the city's long standing non-action on homelessness. 3. Start a conversation about photography and promote a bigger street photo community in Dallas Fort-Worth. Relevant press can be found in the Blog.

 Ronnie.  Homeless Man.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 500 S. Ervay, across from City Hall and Mayor's Office.

Ronnie.  Homeless Man.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 500 S. Ervay, across from City Hall and Mayor's Office.

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 Father and Daughter.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Immigration Reform Protest.  Dallas, 2005.

Father and Daughter.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Immigration Reform Protest.  Dallas, 2005.

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 Homeless Woman.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 500 S. Ervay, across from City Hall and Mayor's Office.

Homeless Woman.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 500 S. Ervay, across from City Hall and Mayor's Office.

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 Woman Crossing Street.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Dallas, 2014.

Woman Crossing Street.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Dallas, 2014.

 Father and Son.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Dallas, 2005.

Father and Son.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Dallas, 2005.

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 Immigration Reform Protest.  Dallas, 2005.  40' x 60' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 800 Main. 

Immigration Reform Protest.  Dallas, 2005.  40' x 60' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 800 Main. 

 OD started as a social experiment in 2014, in which 30" x 40" prints were taped to the ground from the perspective of a particular street photograph, merging the viewer and the photographer into one. Becoming a larger 2 month project in 2015, it challenged the city and it's government to look at it's streets and population differently.  OD2015 had 3 goals: 1. Protest the city's lackluster support for public art. 2. Protest the city's long standing non-action on homelessness. 3. Start a conversation about photography and promote a bigger street photo community in Dallas Fort-Worth. Relevant press can be found in the Blog.
 Ronnie.  Homeless Man.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 500 S. Ervay, across from City Hall and Mayor's Office.
OD2015_4.jpg
 Father and Daughter.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Immigration Reform Protest.  Dallas, 2005.
OD2015_5.jpg
 Homeless Woman.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 500 S. Ervay, across from City Hall and Mayor's Office.
OD2015_6_7.jpg
 Woman Crossing Street.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Dallas, 2014.
 Father and Son.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Dallas, 2005.
OD2015_8.jpg
 Immigration Reform Protest.  Dallas, 2005.  40' x 60' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 800 Main. 

OD started as a social experiment in 2014, in which 30" x 40" prints were taped to the ground from the perspective of a particular street photograph, merging the viewer and the photographer into one. Becoming a larger 2 month project in 2015, it challenged the city and it's government to look at it's streets and population differently.  OD2015 had 3 goals: 1. Protest the city's lackluster support for public art. 2. Protest the city's long standing non-action on homelessness. 3. Start a conversation about photography and promote a bigger street photo community in Dallas Fort-Worth. Relevant press can be found in the Blog.

Ronnie.  Homeless Man.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 500 S. Ervay, across from City Hall and Mayor's Office.

Father and Daughter.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Immigration Reform Protest.  Dallas, 2005.

Homeless Woman.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 500 S. Ervay, across from City Hall and Mayor's Office.

Woman Crossing Street.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Dallas, 2014.

Father and Son.  Dallas, 2014.  40' x 40' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 601 Elm.  Dallas, 2005.

Immigration Reform Protest.  Dallas, 2005.  40' x 60' Vinyl Print.  Affixed to 800 Main. 

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