Analog Photography

Film photography has been a hobby of mine for the past two-ish years. My film camera is pretty much always in my back pocket, ready to snap the perfect shot at any given moment. I am constantly taking photos of all the random adventures I go on with my friends, and I love making them do stupid poses for shits and giggles. After about a year of shooting analog, my friend Ava suggested that I start an Instagram account to share my photos. This was something I was hesitant to do at first because I was worried about spamming people whenever I got a new roll developed, but I decided to go for it and I haven’t looked back since. Nothing pleasures me more than posting 36 pictures to Instagram in one sitting.

See more on Instagram! @nowheretogo.buteverywhere

“There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.”

― Jack Kerouac, On the Road: the Original Scroll

The username for my film account was inspired from the slip of cardboard found at the bottom of an Aritzia bag. After a shopping spree, I pinned the cardboard slip to my bedroom wall because I liked the quote written on it. When I was brainstorming usernames for my account, I looked up at my wall to read the words “nowhere to go but everywhere” and the rest is history.

Written Works

Photos With Thought

-An Editorial- They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but in a modern world of increasingly powerful technology, this statement loses its meaning. With the revolutionary invention of digital cameras and smartphones with high-quality lenses, we can snap a hundred photos in seconds. With this, there is no authenticity in photography as we … Continue reading Photos With Thought

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