My wall decorations depend entirely on paper clips and Polaroids. The larger photos on top usually get posted on this here blog, and the little ones are part of a bigger project where I take an instant photo of every person who comes over to my apartment.

(I also recently switched to Lightroom, so this was also me trying to see how successfully I could make my bedroom look like every other bedroom on Tumblr.)

I didn’t notice the train said ‘America’ on it, which I find amusing considering we were in Canada at the time.

I shot a rehearsal with Jean&Kalil&Juliet for their queer punk opera project. Chicago friends, this will be happening in late July/early August so get excited!

Hyde Park, 2014

spectrasoniksound:

delesprit:

spectrasoniksound:

so i’m helping my pals jean and kalil out with their queer punk opera project and our friend sara took some photos at practice today and o m g 

h o w are all of you so attractive. bye

omg you are too kind i’m blushing (also check this out) 

If you or your band needs any ridiculous/awesome cover art for your next album, hit me up I took these delightful photos of these delightful people

(more from this rehearsal sooOON)

(via boxedwinebae)

Hyde Park, 2014

It started coming towards me and I wasn’t sure whether or not to run for my life

Bartlett Dining Hall, UChicago, 2013

(this photo is from O-Week of this past year)
(you can see all the parents and packed lunchbox things)

Hyde Park, 2014

Hyde Park, 2014

I’m back! (For a lil while at least.) My boss gave me an Canon AE-1 Program we found while cleaning our inventory, so I took it for a test drive around Hyde Park. 

And two years after I started working at the darkroom, five years after I started shooting film, and goodness knows how many years since I started photography in the first place but the point is TODAY I finally taught myself how to develop black and white film.

SLURP’S UP - I DON’T TRUST STRAIGHT PEOPLE

We made an official music video! Tell your enemies, tell your friends. 

Track by Slurp’s Up, filmed and edited by me.
(warning: strong language)

SOON

(Slurp’s Up music video coming to your face in the extremely near future! Get very excited~)

Continuing my videography streak, I’m mindbloggled by the amount of talented and hardworking artists on campus. I saw Will here playing the drums at an event and was captivated, and it turns out he was just about to release his debut album when I happened to bump into him and chat about it. It is poetic, honest, and amazing, and I liked it so much I asked him if he wanted any camera work done. We ended up filming nine live cuts from the album.

Here is one of my favorites, titled “Frosted Flakes.”