Minimalism In Photography

Calm down. Collect your thoughts and focus. As I begin to take pictures on my camera, I have been slowly drawn to the idea of minimalism. Through doing this I have noticed that my pictures are starting to look more and more like Microsoft Desktop Backgrounds. However, I feel that this could be a uniqueContinue reading “Minimalism In Photography”

Post Pandemic Pop- up Skate Culture

Michael Melvin – 18 April 2021 During the pandemic, many people have turned to skateboarding because of its low-key positive culture. You may not believe this from what the media feeds you about skating, but no one really cares about what you think. The real skaters don’t care about who you are or what you’reContinue reading “Post Pandemic Pop- up Skate Culture”

Deliberate Abuse of People On The Spectrum

14 April 2021 – Michael Melvin  While people with autism may sometimes exhibit behaviors that are outside of conventional social norms, we need to be more accepting and understanding of their perspectives. Oftentimes, neurotypical people will show a lack of consideration, impatience, and frustration when interacting with autistic people. For someone not accustomed to dealingContinue reading “Deliberate Abuse of People On The Spectrum”

Sometimes We Need a Wellness Day: Live Music Performance

Michael Melvin 23 Mar. 2020 [Greenwich, CT] – As it was Tango Tuesday and also Wellness Day, I thought I may play some music outdoors. There is something spiritual about playing music for nobody. I felt as if this installation piece captured the art of many trying to find balance in such a time ofContinue reading “Sometimes We Need a Wellness Day: Live Music Performance”