At a little flea market nestled somewhere in eastern Paris, I purchased my very first film camera for 10 euro.
A plane ticket to Thailand, and the snippets of what I found and left behind there.
This past Tuesday, Duncan Fellows and Middle Kids paid Atlanta a visit, bringing with them a vibrant energy that was purely contagious.
Growing tired of these missed opportunities, I started spending days driving back over old routes and pulling over to take those photos.
A film diary by Sofia, chronicling the protests to appeal Ireland’s abortion ban.
Dreamy moon tunes, captured in motion on film. Kind of like a frozen VHS tape spread out before you.
On May 7th, our favorite badass babes shook up Cleaveland for a night at The Grog Shop.
April 27th, 2018
Unedited, 35mm film.
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.
In mid January I went on a mini tour with Cleveland punk band, Ricky Hell and The Voidboys. We stopped first in Buffalo, NY where the boys played a house show for some real rockers! From there we spent the day in the van on the way to play the Silent Barn in Brooklyn, NY. On the last day of our trip they recorded at Time Castle, a DIY recording studio in Brooklyn, before heading back to Cleveland. Here are some photos of good times with good friends.