Film photography seems old-fashioned, even obsolete. There is this feeling you get when you come across a box of old photographs at the bottom of that random closet in your parents’ home. The smell hits you when you slowly lift the lid, and your eyes refocus and scan all of the familiar faces staring back up at you. The prints worn at the edges, some smudged with fingerprints - evidence of a favorite shot.
I’m a champion of nostalgia. I shoot rolls of film. My clients understand that there is never one perfect shot, choreographed and shareable. I aim to capture candid, collectible memories. Images you will hold in your hand, images that will not get wiped when you break your phone (again).
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