Brian and Katie found me through my mom. And Katie’s mom. And the college I went to. And my close friend Anna. And someone who lives across the street from my parents. I’m not sure how all of this ended up colliding but perhaps, simplified: On a snowy April morning, my mom stopped to chat with a neighbor and I got an email from Brian the following week. It was kismet. These two are funny. Like, really funny. This was a wedding that didn’t feel like a job. I tuned in and stayed there. I loved being able to explore shape, color, and shoot a few rolls of black and white film (something I’ve been doing a lot more of). I picked these photos carefully and I hope you enjoy them. Congratulations you two. May you continue to giggle through the years together.
I've been keeping rolls of film in my camera bag lately. It's fun to return to the analog lifestyle where certain elements of choice are taken out of the equation. I like film because I tend not to alter it after I get my scans back. The colors, texture, tone, and grain are a surprise where as digitally, post-processing makes me feel indecisive. Here are some images from A recent trip to California (San Francisco & Point Reyes/Inverness), a roll walking through Minneapolis, and some from New York, while on tour with Poliça & s t a r g a z e.
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