Now this is love! Carving you and your beloved’s name on an at least 25 year old maguey plant inside the grounds of a 350 year old Mission and national historic site in the state of California,(meaning you would do serious time if you were caught)! I took a picture of it to forever immortalize that moment! Even if I wasn’t there when it happened, I feel like I was an accomplice now and I don’t feel even a little bit guilty! That either makes me a bad person or a hopeless romantic? 🤷🏻♀️ Shot on a #Mamiya645E
using @kodakprofessional #Portra800
film was scanned by #photovisionprints
If I could relive this day over and over and over I totally and 100% would 💙
Taking my butt to a long overdue yoga class. I got a stress headache today so clearly it’s time for some self care.
Over The Shoulder, First Person.
I still love the curve of this facade so much
Lanterns // Digital vs Analogue.
📷 - Sony α6500
📷 - Minolta CLE / Voigtländer 40mm f1.4
🎞 - Kodak Portra 800
A little light leak never hurt nobody.
In an interview today I was asked what my “philosophy” is for my photography. Without hesitation I said, “People over photos.”
I’ve been at this for over 10 years, and the farther I go the more and more I see the value of the people in front of my camera. It’s easy to take a photograph. But I’ve seen that through my interactions with a camera in-hand, I can create genuine moments, bring out true emotions and personalities, tell stories and build confidence.
Creating photos isn’t why I do what I do... it’s the people. And to me, that’s the best part of this whole thing. 💛
spent time in the studio recently with the band @theinternet
ahead of the release of their fourth album, “Hive Mind.” After taking their photos and listening to them talk about the album, he set up this shot using a large mirror that was on the wall, allowing for vocalist Syd to take this photo of the band on medium format. @theinternet
’s Hive Mind is out now.
🎞: Kodak #Portra800
some weird trees and adam
Milano Porta Garibaldi. He was saying goodbye to a young woman on the train. .
Almost two years ago I loaded up my car and moved from Kansas to the Oregon Coast. At that time, I really didn’t know a soul out here and truthfully didn’t have much of a plan—I just knew I wanted to be here. In what feels like the blink of an eye, I’ve made life-long friends and memories that I’ll never forget. Today, I’m once again loading up my car and moving just down the road to Bend. This transition from the ocean to the mountains is one I’ve always anticipated, but looking back on my time out here has proven to me that sometimes you don’t always have to have a plan or a path. Sometimes the road just winds—pulling you forward like the future always does.