by Rocio Choi There is a beauty in knowing that you only have 24 shots on your film roll. You begin to consider the moments that matter to you the
Photo by Marian Hill. Tower at the entrance. England 2018. History lives on physically in the structures of our ancestors. These buildings, sites and homes are preserved by committees and
This past week I had the pleasure of spending Christmas in London with my family. I packed with me two packs of 600 Polaroid film and made the most of
Since I’ve landed in the United Kingdom, I have been immersed in the tourism of its' capital city of London. In two days, I have seen Windsor Castle, Hampton Court,
The very first camera I picked up and used in a class was a pinhole camera. I remember crafting one out of a Quaker Oats can, like most people do
It's been a year since I stayed in San Antonio, Texas for more than a night and a day. So, when I went back home for a week and stayed
These few weeks have felt like a strange limbo to me. I have been thinking about the transition into the New Year and what that means for so many young
Seasons change, and so does life. As I spend some time at home before the new year, I start to look at things in a new light.
As 2018 ends and I reflect upon my first year living in Atlanta, I don't think about all of the things I’ve done but all the things I haven’t done.