Cait Spera

A collection of my original work including graphic design, mixed media fine art, photography, poetry, and the occasional song. Contact me at cait.spera@gmail.com.
My beautiful friend Alex, putting on her angsty face for the camera.

My beautiful friend Alex, putting on her angsty face for the camera.

While in London, I re-made a Robert Longo piece (pictured on bottom). My model, Adam, was such a good sport. At one point I asked him to “dance like a dad at a wedding” (far left photo). He, of course, did which was wildly funny. 

Longo’s original intent was to illustrate people as they climbed the corporate ladder. Their awkward poses reflect the powerlessness of one attempting to gain power. Also, keep in mind the original is a charcoal drawing, not a photograph (like my version is)!

So I’m now realizing that I hardly posted any of the work I did in London. So here you go. 

So I’m now realizing that I hardly posted any of the work I did in London. So here you go. 

This is a photo I took when I was still in London. Lately, I missing England like crazy. Ughs. 

This is a photo I took when I was still in London. Lately, I missing England like crazy. Ughs. 

These are some test shots I did today in class. Mario is my favorite one to shoot. He’s got so much sass.