(Part I here)
(Part I here)
Earlier this month, after the kids finished up school, we kicked off summer with a family vacation to Europe.
We started the trip with a few days in Florence. Florence is an incredible city filled with incredible art and so much history. You can just walk and walk and walk and never get tired by taking in all the sights.
We picked up a rental car and drove to Southern Tuscany. The drive in Tuscany was absolutely amazing. We kept saying, “is this place for real” as we made our way from one village to the next.
I have a such a soft spot for Italy. My wife is half Italian and I am quite convinced that I was Italian in another life. I love the people, the food, the joy of life and the espresso. Oh, that espresso.
Part II here.
(Cameras: Leica M3 & Hasselblad 503cw, Film: Kodak Portra 400, Developed & Scanned: Richard Photo Lab)
James. April 2017.
We made a last minute trip to Florida this weekend. It felt so nice to enjoy the sun and surf together, if only for a few days.
James. Cambridge, February 2017.
Winter days with Ellie and James. January 2017.
We spent the last days of our trip on southern Thailand’s west coast. The limestone cliffs, mangrove forests and countless islands were truly stunning.
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All images taken on Kodak Portra 400 film. Developed and scanned by the kind folks at Richard Photo Lab in California.
Weekend in NYC with Lauren and the kids | November 2016
Nantucket | August, 2016
Right now summer feels like a distant dream
My little bud | September 2016