Mamiya C220 / Kodak Portra 400
I spent my first 6 months out of college working part-time at Villagers, a beautifully-curated homesteading shop in West Asheville. Natalie has filled this space with everything you need to create a successful homestead. She has created an invaluable community resource by inviting experts into the shop to teach classes on a wide variety of topics: fermentation, fruit trees, keeping chickens, and home canning, just to name a few. I visited the shop a few months ago to take these photographs for her new website.
I couldn’t have dreamt up a better name for a boat.
Mamiya C220 // Kodak Portra 160
Long exposures on the coast.
Otter Cliffs on our first night in Acadia.
Maine. July, 2014.
Scenes from Maine // Part 2
Portland, Maine. July, 2014.
A few scenes from Maine.
Acadia, Maine // July, 2014.
Fun with flashlights.
*Collaboration with Jethro*
"The main interest in life and in work is to become someone else that you were not in the beginning. If you knew when you began a book what you would say at the end, do you think that you would have the courage to write it? What is true for writing and for a love relationship is also true for life. The game is worthwhile insofar as we don’t know what will be the end."
- Michael Foucault
Carla + David // Part 2
Thanks to second photographer Jethro Waters, whose images are scattered throughout these last two posts.
Just a few shots from Carla + David’s wedding in late June.
We rented three pontoon boats one Sunday in June and spent the best day on Lake Jocassee. Thanks to Matt for being an expert navigator (hard-boiled eggs in hand!), Mark for planning such a fun trip, and to everyone else for their great company. Sunday Funday.Minora x-700 / Kodak portra 400
Jumping off of cliffs.
These things never get old. Sparklers on the fourth of July.