IOWA // part one

I can’t get this trip to Iowa out of my head.

The short version is that going to Fairfield was designed as a way to bring together our “work family” — nearly everyone from the creative collective The Flashdance flew in from dual coasts and spent several days in a town that shares a common history for many of my creative colleagues. We were all invited to a memorial day party to celebrate Shark Pig co-founder Jonathan Lynch’s five year anniversary with Louise (which was amazing and I’ll share pictures in the next post). But it was so much more than that.

It’s hard to explain, but rural Iowa really left an impression on me. This day in particular, when we all went swimming in a quarry, after which I spent hours exploring country roads chasing the most beautiful golden hour light I had seen in a long time — was blissful. My eyes felt fresh, my creativity awakened, and I really connected to the American heartland like never before.

Below are some personal photos that I love — one lens, one instant film camera, one day.

3 comments
  1. Brooklyn says: June 20, 201210:41 am

    your photos are absolutely breathtaking!

  2. Roseann says: June 20, 201210:28 pm

    I absolutely love the photo of the windmill through the corn. Incredible perspective!

  3. Jennifer Nichols says: June 21, 20128:00 pm

    Fantastic photos! Love the swimming shots in the rock quarry. What an amazing place!

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