In 2017, I made my first trip to Puerto Rico with my sister and our friend Amanda. We went to celebrate Amanda’s 30th birthday and the only stipulations were that we had to be able to get to where we were going quickly and the location had to be new to all three of us.
As I reflect back on a trip to Greece in 2016, I wanted to share thirty of my favorite film photos from that trip. Whenever I travel I love to slow down and document as much as possible on old manual film cameras (I take a small digital too so I can share on the go). I can’t tell you exactly why I love it, but it just feels more real working with film.
All of these images were shot on a Yashica Mat 124G with Kodak Ektar 100 or Portra 400.
We flew into Athens and immediately jumped into the history, which I’m all about.
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Earlier this Fall, we met up with Caroline and McCaig in downtown Charleston for their engagement session. The session began downtown with a casual look that fit perfectly with all of the Charleston’s beautiful streets and colors. After we finished downtown, we jumped in our cars and set off toward Sullivan’s Island to take in the sunset.
There’s a new picture-perfect wedding venue called The Andrews Farm out in Midland, North Carolina ready for beautiful weddings and bridal shoots alike in 2020. It’s a modern, European farmhouse built on a ton of land full of woods and golden fields. We set this shoot up with some really talented vendors to help showcase the property. I’ll be out there this Fall for a small, intimate family wedding.
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