I took the train from Portland, ME to Philadelphia, PA over the course of one day, stopping in Boston to have lunch with some lovely former co-workers. Train photos are always perfectly imperfect: the windows you shoot through are almost always covered in dirt, the glass itself provides some level of reflection and distortion, and choosing subjects and manipulating the focus can feel like a crapshoot when the wheels are rolling and suddenly the entire landscape has changed. My only regret is that the sun set so soon.
A couple years ago, Drew went to rally school with his brother -- and came home with a complimentary GoPro Hero2 camera. Awesome, right? This is the kind camera that people use to document their cycling commutes, drives, or even free falls from a plane. Sadly, work & school got in the way, so it was relegated to the far corners of our bedroom and gathered all kinds of dust.
But then I got it in my head that we should make a time-lapse movie.
Of the move.
As an experiment.
...because, why not?
So instead of packing like I was supposed to I started playing with the GoPro, distracting Drew from packing in the process (whoops.)
Anyway, here is this thing we made.
Special thanks to Isaac for helping us out of Boston & to Drew's family for helping us into Philly!
Hi guys! I think I'm done with the post-graduation/moving-to-Philly quasi-hiatus. Even though I'm still surrounded by boxes, I'm excited to finally sit down in my new studio space and start working again! More to come, but for now, enjoy a few photos I captured before landing at ORD en route to Mankato, MN.
We went to a wedding in Minnesota this past weekend -- I avoid taking wedding-specific photos unless I've been asked, but jump shot selfies are ALWAYS game-on. Thanks to Erik, Drew, Ryan, & Mat for jumping with me!
Congratulations, Jeremiah & Grace!