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fifteen: summer

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as a reminder to pause and take notice, a couple of my pals (Lindsey Miller and Katie Snyder) and i have begun a little personal project. we’ve kept the guidelines loose: fifteen photographs of each season.


this is my collection of  s u m m e r.


two of my sisters (seen above) and i have made a habit out of taking a trip each summer. our latest adventure took us to Hunting Island State Park where we filled our days with laughter and salt water and uke tunes and sleeping beneath a blanket of stars. i’m proud of the story these photographs tell. and grateful for sisters who share the warmth of simple joys.   //  Olympus Stylus, Kodak 400 35mm.


lauren: on film


Polaroid One Step / Impossible Project 600

early winter: on film


my friend and fellow photographer, Aaron, and i adventured to a this lovely spot of Earth one cold, early morning. it was Autumn but felt much like Winter. i was overwhelmed with the story these trees and water seemed to tell. a visual representation of feelings that i so often have a difficult time articulating. it felt like a sigh of relief. the land was defining the contrast between light and darkness. there were glimpses of suffocating loneliness, but also the reminder of the remarkable beauty in being unique and belonging to Love.

“do not be conformed to this world, but be TRANSFORMED…” // romans 12:2

holga 120N + tri-x 400 | fuji ga645 + portra 400 (rated at 250)


Polaroid Land Camera // Fuji 3000b

christa: on film


adventures on the ocean floor. chasing ghost crabs. collecting shells. discovering creatures of the sea. Nags Head holds an abundant amount of beautiful memories. these photographs were shot on my first camera – a 35mm Nikon N8008, 50mm 1.8. i developed quite a bit of old film recently and one of the rolls was dedicated to my baby sister, CJ. these are my favorite frames from that particular set. she was probably around seven years old here. she turns sixteen this year. these pictures were made way before i ever imagined i’d live a life of shooting photographs for people near and far. what an incredible journey. my heart is so, so full. xo!