July 10, 2012 § 10 Comments

Hi friends. It’s happened. I’ve become a husband. On June 23rd, 2012, I married my best friend Amy in Bristol, RI. With the exception of a very brief shower, we had perfect weather and everything went off without a hitch.

Impossible Project film has been part of this journey since the beginning, from my proposal, which incorporated Impossible film (read the blog post about it HERE) to our Save The Dates (read that blog post HERE), so of course Impossible film had to play a role at the wedding too. I borrowed some Polaroid 600 cameras from work and Impossible’s founder Doc and my manager Anne donated some film, which was incredibly generous.

The cameras and film were a huge hit, as guests passed them around and snapped with abandon. I had a huge stack of prints when the night was through and it took me a while to finish scanning them but here they are. It’s hard to capture exactly how fantastic the day was in photos, but I think these do a pretty good job.


Thanks to everyone who came, thanks to everyone who took photos throughout the night, including friends Liz, Charlotte and George, thanks to my friends and teammates at the Impossible Project and thanks to Amy for choosing me.


More Richmond, Please.

November 21, 2011 § Leave a comment

Last weekend, I went back to Richmond, VA to visit my buddy Franklin Obregon. It was a great weekend. I brought with me my Silver Sonar SX-70, SLR 680, Captiva and Olympus Stylus. These Richmonders seem to never stop partying.

I love these people. I’ll be uploading a few more photos to my Flickr stream and my Tumblr in the coming weeks.

Save The Dates.

November 7, 2011 § 3 Comments

This past December, I proposed to my now fiancee Amy with the help of The Impossible Project. Read my original post about it HERE

Then and there, I knew that when the time came to make our save the dates, I wanted to incorporate my proposal photo into the design. Well, the time has come. I put together a design and had it printed by the amazing people at Paper Slam. Here it is:

Pretty happy with how it came out. Now, on to the next step in wedding planning. I’m thinking I’ll have other updates involving Impossible Project film as we get closer to June.

To see more of my photos, visit my Flickr photostream.
To buy some Impossible Project film, go HERE.

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