Film & Photography


Fetching Frames & A Giveaway! {Closed}

I have needed to wear glasses since I was in 2nd grade. I knew that I wanted to have a pair just like my best friend, Chris. He had a pair of rounded, brown tortoiseshell rims and I had always admired them. When I finally got my glasses on Friday after school, I wore them proudly all weekend long and thought I was pretty dang...

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Public Domain

When we went to Public Domain, it was right at the height of a coffee break. If you've ever been in a coffee shop in the middle of that kind of rush you know that there was a line and a wait. Public Domain is located on SW Broadway and Alder, which is basically the busiest part of downtown Portland. Once I got through the...

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Portland’s International Rose Test Garden

Walking through the gardens of Washington Park in Portland's West Hills is a surreal experience. You have to drive up to the area through a neighborhood of gorgeous estates then walk down into the gardens from a stone lined enclosure. It feels like stepping through the looking glass into the garden of the Red Queen in Wonderland. It was especially surreal since we tried to...

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Volunteer Park Conservatory

Seattle is one of our favorite big cities to visit, but there is so much to do there, it's hard to experience everything in a short trip. Before leaving this time, we knew there were a couple places we had to visit. One of those places was the Volunteer Park Conservatory, a 5-chambered greenhouse with some of the most amazing and beautiful plant life in...

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So, today is National Doughnut Day and we are sharing photographs of cake and cupcakes. Why is that you ask? Because we went to THREE different doughnut shops in Portland and each one was completely SOLD OUT. SOLD OUT ON NATIONAL DOUGHNUT DAY. It wasn't even noon! We were a bit mystified and decided to drown our sorrows with cupcakes, specifically the toasted coconut cupcake from...

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This week we celebrated our first wedding anniversary and took a little trip to Seattle. These Polaroids were taken with The Impossible Project's PX 680 Color Protection Film at Volunteer Park Conservatory and at Pike Place Market. We can't wait to share more about our trip! For now, here are a few links we are endlessly enraptured with this week…. Inspired by Kate's incredible photographs of South Africa. I need a rolleiflex in my life. Dreaming...

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Clement Photography

Jade has an obsession with tintype photography and knew she had to hunt down an expert in Portland...

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One Year

6 years together, 1 year as husband & wife. Cory, thank you for making this past year one of the most special of my life. You are my perfect match, my partner, my best friend for life. I think about where we started and how far we've come and it makes me so excited for what's ahead for us. Thank you for loving me because...

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Happy Friday! How has your week been? It's been a bit stressful around here and we are definitely looking forward to getting out of town, attending a few creative meetings and celebrating our 1st wedding anniversary this weekend! And now, a few links we are endlessly enraptured with this week...

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