April in Instagrams
April was one of the best months yet this year. We have been busy with all sorts of projects and really starting to see a return on our investment in time in Endlessly. It feels really good to know that the work you do is being seen and is being appreciated. The whole month wasn’t only work though, we got to take time to enjoy the simple things and take time out to recover from our busy weekends. We started the month with our traditional photobooth strip, shot and styled a collaboration with Bridge & Burn and visited our local farmers market for a collaboration with Collectively.Org in support of their new mini-doc, America’s Shrinking Farms.
Jade started selling original pieces of artwork through instagram. Be sure to follow her if you are interested in purchasing a piece she posts, or if you’re worried about missing it, you can always email her directly for a commissioned piece.
As always, we’ve had plenty of coffee and I’ve started my own hashtag project #CorysCoffee. After much anticipation, Trotter Mag‘s new Portland City Guide was released, which we worked tirelessly on for months going across our city capturing the best it has to offer for the project. We’ve gone to lots of great places to eat on our own time as well, even trying new places to us like Ned Ludd, thanks to our friends from Travel Portland. Jade had a featured interview with The Style Line, which I loved. Of course, I love hearing her talk shop just about anytime.