From Josh Soskin’s “untitled underwear project.” A quick grab with the fantastic Rob Hauer and the Yashica T4 between setups. Check www.flickr.com/photos/joshsoskin for Josh’s amazing work.
Fuji Superia 400
Julia Fae : http://juliafae.tumblr.com
Rob Hauer : http://www.flickr.com/photos/rhauer/
The woods are lovely dark and deep, but I have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep….
The hardest part is letting go.
I think back to how happy we were, I was…
How our laughs echoed into infinity,
How your kiss sent me reeling.
It still does.
But the difference is that we were never there together.
The difference is that while I was on cloud 9, you weren’t.
Reality stings like that.
My reality is not yours nor was it ever something we shared (apparently).
If I could decide how my life panned out, how you fit into it, you would be next to me the entire time. My fingers interlaced with yours.
But its a square peg in a round hole.
And right now it isn’t meant to be.
Maybe, just maybe, I can shave down my sharp edges…
fit into you like I always wanted to.
My new project, the “untitled underwear project” has both a picture and motion picture element so fore very photo I post on here there’s a scene shot on 16mm film. When I finally finish this in ealry 2014 all of the stories will be put together as one film. Until then I’m sharing a few vignettes as teasers. this is myko and julia. They were both amazing.
Julia’s tumblr page is http://juliafae.tumblr.com/
Had a great time shooting this little ditty in LA this October. Working with 16mm film was new, interesting, and also so fantastic. I am a film fan through and through.
If I knew what to do, I’d learn how to erase you.
New teaser up! A bit of what will be a short currently being called “The Untitled Underwear Project” with Director Josh Soskin.
Below that check out a short halloween film, a sizzle, and a music video.
Thank you ^_^
Honestly, I’ve been in a pretty dark place as of late. Working through a plethora of things and wading through clouds of confusion.
I’m sure it’ll be okay in the end. “Everything works out in the end, and if it’s not working out, it’s not the end.”
Thanks for asking :)
Julia Fae 2 on Flickr.
I breathed so deep I thought I’d drown.