May was exciting – I finished my freshman year of college & moved home for the summer, and a week later, I flew out to Portland, Oregon for a week. Two of my best friends from school, Andrew and Gillian, live in Portland, and Gillian’s family was generous enough to house and feed me for [...]
Medium format photographs spanning the end of March to the very beginning of May, my last month in the city until August.
Back in April, I had the chance to shoot a few portraits of my friend Nick Andreadis, who was such a wonderful subject. We worked really well together, which I appreciated – it’s nice when someone knows instinctively what you’re looking for in an image. shot on my Yashica Mat EM + expired Kodak Tri-X [...]
This semester, I focused in my darkroom class mainly on shooting portraits (both others and myself). I feel drawn to portraiture and would like to continue shooting them, particularly on medium format. All hand-developed and printed. Shot on my Yashica Mat EM and a mixture of Fuji Acros 100 and Kodak Tri-X 400 (expired). (As [...]
So I know it’s been a while since I updated my blog – things are kind of crazy between school and work, and I’m trying to keep up with everything as it is. (I’d rather be in the darkroom printing than sitting in front of a computer blogging anyway.) This is a series of self [...]
Trying to stay up on blogging and scanning and maintaining some semblance of an internet presence, but life (namely – being a college freshman and working in the photo lab) gets in the way. Nonetheless, work was cancelled today due to the impending storm, and I’m wasting an hour before heading into the city to see Passion [...]
Way back at the beginning of the December, Andrew reserved a studio to shoot his final project for digital cinema, a pop art cooking show. We ended up finishing the film within a few hours but still had the studio and the lights so we messed around! It was fun shooting in the studio. These [...]
The first day I came home for winter break I walked down to the beach with my newly-fixed RB67 and felt overwhelmed by the familiarity of the colors of a foggy day, the subtle grays and browns.