July 2011

This week has been crazy. Last week I went to the FIND workshop with Jonathan Canlas and met an incredible group of photographers. I walked away with more inspiration than I know what to do with. When I got back I had to move apartments and get back into the swing of things down here in San Pancho. I’m about to go document Los Talleres del Verano at entreAmigos, but I wanted to put a quick sneak peak up of Christi. This is why I love film.

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  • Christy - Ahhh, I’m so excited to see more! these are awesome! xo

I’m at the Film Is Not DEAD workshop with Jonathan Canlas and tons of other awesome peeps in Seattle and since I’ve been lagging in the posts the last few weeks due to general craziness and just being busy, I figured I would post some more film that I shot since this week has been (surprise) all about film. These are of my fave friend Mary and her man Johnny who got married in a teensy little ceremony in California. I wasn’t there for the wedding, but we did take a couple shots near the house they were renting in Malibu where it was absolutely frigid that day. The first two are from the day before when we went to check out the park when it was beautiful and sunny. I just shot their Wedding fiesta in Rhode Island which was lots o’ fun and will be up on the blog soon. Relatively.

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My favorite monkey Christy married her monkey Colin in the small town of Hudson New York. I made new lifelong friends at this wedding. I played in red barns with green grass and bright blue skies. And, I took photos of two people so in love surrounded by all of the people who love them. There is so much more I need to say about this wedding, but it will have to wait until I get the film back. For now here are the polaroids taken on a mixture of some 600 film Christi had stockpiled and the newer Impossible Project film.

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  • Jenny - Jill- These are so gorgeous! You are insanely talented. I can’t wait to see the rest!

  • Gabe - Hi,
    I love them. what kind polaroid camera did you use? All of your weddings captured on film?


  • Jill - Thanks Jenny! I miss the farmhouse and communal living. Gabe this were shot with a variety of polaroids. A couple SX-70s, a 600 series camera that I can’t exactly remember the model of and a Spectra. Most of my weddings are digital, but I am getting more and more film requests which I love.

  • Gabe - Thank you :) Please stay with film …..you must be :) You are great.

  • Tanya - Jill, these are stunning! Can’t wait to see the rest. :)

  • Christy - I can’t even begin to express how much I love these!!!

  • Kristin - Wowsie!! these are awesome!! love ’em!