Photographer Arranges Everyday Objects In Color Gradients That Will Soothe Your Soul
While there’s value in “creative chaos” (I rarely have to clean it up), there’s fun in purposeful arrangements, too! And that’s just how Emily Blincoe rolls. She likes arrangement things in neat(ish) square shapes, unified in theme or color, and takeing beautiful photographs. They tickle the organized bone in all of us. Autumn leaves, lollipops, colorful cereal, burnt matches – nothing is off-limits.
“I consider myself to be visually sentimental.” Blincoe said for an article in 2013. “Photography, for me, is remembering someone or something as it was on a particular day, forever. Of course, I do enjoy giving that moment a little art-direction, and I can’t promise that person won’t be up to their neck in a bush.”
Emily Blincoe comes from Austin, Texas. While her brother had tried to teach her photography, her real love for the subject blossomed when she got her first digital point-and-shoot. Satisfied with the instant gratification of digital photography, she finally felt ready for a DSLR camera in 2009.