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I can't remember if I've shown y'all this before, but here are some shots from the wonderful Redhouse shoot from back in February.

Michael Sakas and Michael Donn0r are two great artists I've had the pleasure of working with, and this shoot was not only inspiring in terms of styling (as done by my soul sistah Molly Hoeltke), but it got me to appreciate film photography when doing an extensive project like this one. We have processed color film and made prints in my own photo classes here at Parsons, and I have had this shoot on my mind since. The whole shoot was done on film! Over 600 rolls of it! There is something so delicate about each frame and I'm so happy to say I was a part of this fabulous project.

The whole shoot was based off of this idea of youth and freedom. Sort of like a frozen memory. The loose storyline was that myself and 3 other girls were spending a get away in a cabin, being young and curious about the delicate world around us. The feeling was inspired by Fiona Apple's video for Criminal, which is also pretty rad.

See Donnor's version Here
and Sakas' Here

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