She brings to light moments that faces in the crowd will never forget, capturing that raw energy of a live forum.
Leticia Jimenez, also known as Spiderbrain on Instagram, is an 18 year old photographer from the San Fernando Valley. Capturing her models with a strong, modern, and sometimes dark energy, Leticia has been quickly gaining the attention of the masses.
This rag-tag team of rockers took to their vans and headed out to Texas for SXSW, where they did a handful of unofficial showcases to spread the word about the label and it’s killer musicians. Seven bands, one Airbnb, and several nights captured on film.
Northern stretch of coast & a trip for the books. Drew Austin shares a diary of salt-drenched surf snaps, straight from the australian ocean.
By the end of it, the band’s on the floor, the tambourine’s broken, and everyone’s pretty f*cking confused. A FILM DIARY.
It’s just part of life, living in San Diego. You see it on your way to school, or on your way home. Growing up here, the ocean is just an aspect of your life. Whether you’re just watching it having your morning coffee, fishing, or surfing in it, its always there.
Brook Mckeon keeps taking crappy cameras to the gold coast. Here’s why.
Santa Cruz on film, in monochrome and colour.
The blurry months post-highschool graduation, everything understood and forgotten and lost and learnt.
I love using film because it makes you really think about what you want to take a picture of, there is no deleting and once you press that shutter the photo pretty much exists forever. There’s also something nice about not knowing what the photo is going to look like until its developed, it really forces you to trust yourself.
rolls of film drenched in pink hues, shot on a busted old Ricoh. (two weeks in sri lanka).
My friends and I are always doing shit that I know we will forget about so I just want to document those moments from the perspective of a participant. Beauty is in the imperfections. All images are shot on film and un-altered.