Ski Trip Instant Film - Honor, Michigan

I spent a weekend with a group of good folks skiing, falling, and hanging out in a giant house in upper Michigan that'd make Tim Allen proud. I only brought my old Polaroid 600 and a few boxes of black and white Impossible Project film to capture the laughs and smiles of Pure Michigan.

Final photo of myself by: Jerry Oswalt III

Heavy Hearted Photographer's Retreat 2015

34 Photographers. 5 Days. One Giant Cabin. Gatlinburg, TN.

I also shot a quick video clip of everyone on my iPhone. 

I shot a roll of 35mm black and white film on my Leica and developed it in my bathroom sink. 

Winter Storm Linus Portraits – Ukrainian Village – Chicago

Winter Storm Linus calmed down for a bit this afternoon, so I took a stroll around Chicago’s Ukrainian Village neighborhood asking people what they were doing out in the snow.

Local artist Brian, working as a courier braves the snow for a delivery.

Local artist Brian, working as a courier braves the snow for a delivery.

Phil heads to his East Village home after a workout.

Phil heads to his East Village home after a workout.

Brian and Kate warm up with Starbucks before venturing home.

Brian and Kate warm up with Starbucks before venturing home.

Joe, an urban planner walks to a friends Super Bowl party.

Joe, an urban planner walks to a friends Super Bowl party.

Doug, Amy and Mari braved the cold for Lunch on W. Division Street.

Doug, Amy and Mari braved the cold for Lunch on W. Division Street.

A woman hikes East on W. Division Street during Winter Storm Linus.

A woman hikes East on W. Division Street during Winter Storm Linus.

The Growlers - live at JBTV Chicago

The Growlers visited the JBTV studio to bring their Southern California vibes to cold Chicago. I've been watching JBTV since I was a kid and couldn't be more excited when I heard The Growlers were being featured. JBTV is hosted by Jerry Bryant and is America's longest running music show. Watch JBTV here.

Listen to "Big Toe" from The Growlers new album Chinese Fountain.

Shot on my iPhone