Me and Jenni, via Jenni's iPhone, using the Polaroid app of course
In mid-December, we had the privilege of attending the opening reception of a new exhibit at The Impossible Project studio/shop space in SoHo. Our friends Jenni and Jordan were in town which made it that much more fun to check out.
I was really excited to see and support Foster Huntington's showcased polaroid prints. He is the master behind The Burning House which was featured on the ANTHROPOLOGiST (and of which I was delighted to be featured on recently). He has his own personal blog that takes you on his journeys of the road which inspired his latest project, #vanlife.
The exhibit was inspiring and I was stoked to see all the different offerings of film that are available to purchase. I bought my first polaroid camera in the spring of 2001, during my freshman year of college. I always loved the instant gratification it gave before the digital camera era exploded. I remember my friends thought I was a huge nerd for having it, but turns out they are all the rage today in this hipster era.
Anyway, we had a great time drinking free wine and PBR, listening to some great jams, and appreciating the art of instant film!