Deb and I spent a month in Thailand together, and to surprise her on our second anniversary, I've edited together all the Insta-stories she recorded on the trip!
Our guide, Omo, explains that in the wild, elephants naturally cover themselves in mud, which acts like a sunscreen. These rescue elephants, however, simply won't reapply it unless their mahouts help wash the old mud off first.
The scooters trickle through the stopped cars and swarm at the red light. They leave in one sweeping fleet when it turns green.
Most people buy souvenirs or collect keepsakes to remember their travels by, but I tried something new this time. I recently travelled through Thailand for a month with my holibae, and I Shazamed my way from Chiang Mai, to Bangkok, to Koh Lanta. These are the songs I captured on my trip (and a few from the post-holiday glow of the last few weeks).
The Donkey Trail made hairpin turns across the steep shale. The closer we got to the lip of the plateau the more it felt like we were in leopard country. It was early morning and the sun hadn’t hit the crag…
I travelled back to a family paradise for Christmas 2017 and the film photographs I took there ooze with the nostalgia I feel when I'm there.
A third roll of film, another six or more months of life (roughly May-December 2017), and this time it’s a whole new chapter of my story captured on photographic emulsion – one where I start making a Home out of…
When I found out about Barbara Hammer's Lesbian Filmmaking Grant, I wondered what lesbian experimental film might look like.
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