James at Supa Models by Paola Vivas. See all images here.
An image i recently shot for Eyes Of Mars. Go check out their music because they are amazing and are releasing some really cool new stuff soon. More from this shoot to come, keep your eyes peeled ; )
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I jumped from there with my friend, the water was amazing
That moment when your mom say “you’re not important”…
but hey, it’s whatever.
365/365: The End.
In all of my wildest dreams, thoughts, and ideas, never could I have imagined that I would be typing these words.
Three hundred and sixty five days ago, as I positioned my tripod and camera on day 1, climbed to the top of this same hill and jumped, never could I have expected the places it would take me, or how it would change me.
There was something healing about escaping to the woods every day after school. To immerse yourself in a story and take on a new character – it suddenly relieved the stress of the day. To be completely truthful, most of the time this project added stress instead of taking it away. I can’t count the nights I spent hours upon hours behind my camera, swiftly snapping away at the day’s photo, pushing off all other responsibilities in order to upload by midnight. But now that it’s all over, I’m genuinely happy of the effort I put forth to make each picture somehow better than the last, and I’m proud of every one of them, even the ones that made me cringe as I posted them. I can look back on any of these photos and immediately be transported into the emotions of the day; how I was feeling, what had happened, where I was, who I was with. And collectively, when viewed like flipbook, I can watch myself grow up.
So this photo is a goodbye to the kid in the red cape and crown. It’s the end of a divide of sorts – how part of me wants to grow up but part of me wants to stay so little. An ode to moving on, to growing old, to bigger and better things, but never taking off the paper crown you made when you were five years old.
Thanks are due to so many people. To friends and family, for always providing an overflowing amount of love and support. To any and all of my models whom I consistently put through the worst of conditions. To every one of you who have kept up with and supported me throughout this project – you’re the reason I pushed myself to try and put out the best photo I could create every single day. And of course to my mom and dad for always lending a hand in a shoot, giving up an afternoon to help me cover a room in tin foil, dealing with my whining and grumpiness when a photo didn’t turn out, and providing endless assistance and encouragement this past year.
I can’t believe I’m done. This has been the craziest year of my life, but my favorite at that. To have something to look back on and remember all the times I had and things I did is something that makes the whole thing worth it. With the end of one year comes the start of the next, and I’m so excited for what’s to come. But for now, I’m going to take a break, catch up on sleep, and not give a single thought to what I’m doing tomorrow.
"Clair de Lune" - Claude Debussy
Nbd I just started screaming and jumping around.