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Emilie and the spine at Santa Fe, New Mexico
It’s wild to think that some of the very first photos I ever took were of this beautiful woman over 10 years ago. We danced together for a very long time, and as life goes, we ended up taking paths that led in different directions. We recently met up in Santa Fe and it was like nothing had changed. Love you, my Kira. at Santa Fe, New Mexico
From the archives | Montana, 2016 at Montana
That last light at California
7am, nowhere to be but here at California
Woke up in LA at 2am and drove through the night to witness this wild place. I know it’s crazy but this ended up being the most incredible day I’ve had in a long, long time. Surround yourself with people who love what you love and life gets a little better. at California
I find myself forgetting to lose myself in the small moments lately. Sometimes the sheer beauty and stillness of a place can be overwhelming but so so necessary for the soul. Here’s a little reminder for us all to take in more moments, more deep breaths, more stillness.
Another one from my most recent shoot with Natalie. Those green, green eyes though. at Los Angeles, California
Fall in New Mexico at Santa Fe, New Mexico
Orchids from my dear friend @littlekill’s farm. Sadly the Woolsey Fire did severe damage to the farm, but I’ve never met anyone with a more positive spirit about what the future will hold for this magical place than Liza. I can’t wait to see it grow, let the rebuilding begin. at Malibu, California
New work with my dearest Natalie shot on 120mm film at Los Angeles, California
Some of my favorite outtakes from a shoot I did for @cakemagazine with the best team
Makeup: @sashaborax at California
Soaking in the Sierras 📷 by @dustyunderhill at California
Medium format double exposure of the wonderful mr @ncanada at @balloonfiesta in New Mexico. I have to admit I did a little dance when I got this film back. at Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
Dinner that night was the best kind of simple; made on the back hatch of the land cruiser surrounded by dunes of pure white gypsum crystals at White Sands National Monument
5am in the Eastern Sierras at California
I’ve been loving creating double exposures on film lately (thanks @ncanada ☺️), this is one of the very first I ever took on a frigid winter day in Maine many many years ago at Camden, Maine
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