Soaking up the sweet, warm September sunshine near Saguaro Lake, Arizona.
"A Place To Rest My Head"
A new ongoing photo project hi-lighting the intimate appreciation of interpersonal relationships. The raw, unpoised, and deeply soulful moments between two people. Whoever, wherever. Captured on 35mm or 120 film.
CASTING CALL: Real-life partners (however you two want to define that) who aren't afraid of the camera. Must be 18+. All genders, sexual orientations, races, ages, ableism's, and personal identities are encouraged.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to get creative with me on this project.
(^What the video above!)
A Place Beyond the Highway
This past Wednesday and Thursday turned out to be a wild night under the stars with some super beautiful people. The pictures truly speak for themselves in this set, I'm incredibly proud of these images. I've been to Joshua Tree three times during THIS YEAR ALONE and they its keeps getting better and better. What an inspiraional place.
I mean, look at that freaking coyote. And the air-streams. Oh my lanta.
Shelby Pine x Camp Collection
Pictures of my beautiful friend, Shelby, in Dad's ole truck on a warm November afternoon in the desert. My trusty steed, River, hopped in the truck for a quick snuggle, but we let him stay in the frames anyways. Pretty cute, huh?
Film Series Vol. 4
Alas -- my film rolls came back and I couldn't help but share these beauties. I'm MORE than ecstatic with how they all came out. I'll never get over the raw simplicity of film. Less hassle, slower intentions.
I actually just upgraded from a point-and-shoot Nikon to a Canon Rebl 2000 EOS SLR -- fianlly a camera body that will allow me to attach my previously owned EOS Canon lenses to it! That's probably why they all look much more clear and crisp. Just can't beat it, man.
The above shots were captured in Arizona, Joshua Tree, and Africa. All soe of the most precious memories to me. Hope you guys enjoy. Follow me on Tumblr for more film shots.