Neon lights trump most things in the hierarchy of my favorite things to shoot. Travelling brought me to South Florida and I couldn't miss an opportunity to hit the neon jackpot that is Ocean Drive. South Beach Miami doesn't disappoint. I can't wait to go back and shoot this again with a higher speed film and less shaky hands. What's your favorite thing to shoot on film?
Ready for another Film Friday? This week was a quiet one. If you would have told me even three years ago I was going to be a homebody, I wouldn't have believed you. Now, I love just staying home. Don't get me wrong, going out is great, but home is where the dogs are and I'd much rather be there.
It's no secret I love film. This year marks eight years since I first started shooting analog (let's just say those days are a distant memory and full of laughable first attempts), then I got serious in 2013. Film is my go to, far more than digital nowadays. For me, film is a meditation in patience. We are a culture of instant gratification. We can snap a photograph and immediately see the results, delete and start again.Film teaches you to wait. You have to develop and print
Throw some confetti, roll out the band, cue the margarita fountain; that's what you're supposed to do on birthdays right? This one has me inching closer and closer to that 30 mark. Honestly, I thought I would be dreading it, but I find myself looking forward to it (that might have something to do with the fact that I'm celebrating in Costa Rica this week). I've always viewed my birthday not as a celebration of epic proportions, but as my personal New Year,. With my birthday b