“I am both delighted and angered by Wes Anderson’s return.”
What would a moment sound like, translated into background bass lines and keyboard chords?
It’s strange, the things you miss about someone. I always find myself reaching for little faded memories of whispered verses during a half asleep car-ride.
I still struggle with the idea of recovery, but self portraiture helped me to see me, for me.
Since that moment, I’ve been contemplating how on earth we can make buying tickets fair for the fans.
Describing that painfully nostalgic feeling of siblings drifting apart.
I’ve never touched a book or podcast on spiritulity. Fights with parents, breakups, emotions, moods, mistakes… that’s how you learn it all.
Kiele Twarowski talks the release of ‘Longing’, and how self-portraiture in film became a mechanism for her recovery.
“I could feel it in my teeth.” Journals, scans, tickets & film pics from local gigs.
Whether you want to be forever remembered as a famous figure, or simply want to live on through the hearts of loved ones, everybody wants to leave something for the world to remember them by.
Weekdays feel numb but the weekends have been so beautiful I want to cry. Started feeling whole again a few days ago. Cheers to the full moon.
Leighton Hoey is personally one of my favorite photographers documenting the music scene currently. Her photos always seem to be taken at the exact perfect moment, the energy of the night forever captured on film. If you’ve ever been in the belly of a mosh pit trying to get a good shot, you know it’s pretty much mission impossible. We talked with Leighton about how she first got into photography, touring with Faze Wave, and her tips for concert photography + a gallery of her favorite shots she’s taken!