I’m going to split this series of photographs into two separate posts. I captured these photos using my Mamiya C330, which is my favorite camera. These images are direct scans of the negative, no editing. The look of film is so mesmerizing to me and I would always shoot film if I had the budget […]Read more "Hiking Adventures: Part I"
My friend Ginelle invited me to her coastal home a couple weeks ago. I’m always down for a beach trip. Her beach house is in the little town of Belhaven. And when I say little, I mean itty bitty. As in you can ride your bike into town, but we didn’t because we saw a […]Read more "Belhaven: A quaint coastal town in NC"
Hiking while it’s cool and sunny is usually the norm for my outdoor adventures. Today was quite the opposite. Mount Mitchell in Burnsville, NC was on my “to hike” list so I headed towards Asheville this morning around 8 a.m. I was so excited to be hiking the highest peak east of the Mississippi with […]Read more "Mount Mitchell"
From complete strangers getting coffee to one of my newest closest friends, this is Madison. I knew we would be buddies after our coffee photo shoot meet up turned into spending hours thrifting, eating, and exploring Nashville. The inspiration for this shoot was her gorgeous red hair! I also really wanted a natural feeling so […]Read more "a day with madison"
The whole kitchen smelled of blackberries, sugar, and cinnamon today! I had so much fun baking these. The recipe is below: I found this recipe on the internet and made a few changes… 2 cups blackberries (3/4 pound) 1 large apple, peeled and coarsely grated 2 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon flour 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 8 […]Read more "blackberry hand pies"
Aaron is another amazing person I met while on internship in Nashville. I was really inspired by his unique style and wanted to do an urban fashion shoot. He was so easy to photograph, ready to go anywhere and do anything. I really enjoyed working with him and capturing his unique look. And yes, he […]Read more "urban fashion"
Today I woke up early and drove to Calahaln Farm in Mocksville. I’ve had the urge to pick blackberries so I can make little hand pies. When my friend Ashton and I arrived, we were given buckets and started picking. I’m not going to lie, we squealed and ran as we battled the june bugs […]Read more "blackberry picking"