Find something you believe in and say it loud and proud. @pearlstreetbagels doesn’t toast, y’all 😆🗡 Hella fun making these fierce illustrated stickers for Jackson’s favorite coffee hub. Head in there for more merch I designed like winter hats & mugs!
Lately, I've been keeping a gratitude journal to help switch my focus. The other day, my prompt was "Talk about a place you've visited that you're grateful for." For me, Grand Teton was one of the highlights of my year, truly, and for many different reasons. Anyone who knows me, knows how much I am in love with Montana, but Grand Teton was an unexpected love, the kind that will shake you and steady you all at once.
Sure, I'd seen photos and thought it was pretty, but seeing the Tetons in person is a whole different experience. I don't know if imagery could have captured what my soul was feeling as I stood on what felt like sacred ground. I felt rooted here, and overwhelmed with awe. It was life changing and my heart has literally ached for this place ever since we left.
I'm also incredibly grateful for these two humans, because had it not been for their adventurous spirits, I never would have had this unbelievable experience of doing what I love in the most captivating place I've ever been.
With 2020 right around the corner, I hope for more moments where this beautiful world takes my breath away.
Because time is tight and you've seen more emails this week from retailers than you have in the last 6 months, I’m going to get right to the point.
A few weeks ago I announced that my 2020 Photo Calendars have been printed and are available to buy.
These calendars are unique because you VOTED on the photos that are featured each month! (wasn't that fun?) And now there are just a little over 2 weeks until Christmas!
AND this is your last opportunity to order a calendar today for guaranteed delivery by Christmas.
Don't be afraid to reach out to people. Whether it's because you want to get together with other creatives, your favorite photographers, or if you need help in non photo related ways. The greatest gift you can give someone is to allow them to serve you and to be a light in someones life. It can feel embarrassing or awkward sometimes to allow someone to listen to your troubles, give you a compliment or message someone on instagram because you've always admired them. Just do it!! Remember were all humans and the best way to not only improve our art but, our quality of life is to reach out. Promise you I'm not as scary as I look.
If any of you ever have questions about photo or even life. Message me!
Each and every one of you is so important to me❤
Models: @bryleeraye & @zack_gamett
Last night I lead the first Sip & Paint type class at the Eagle Rock Art Gallery here in Idaho Falls!🎨 And it was a lot of fun!😊 We did an 11”x14” acrylic on canvas version of a watercolor/ink piece I did a few years back of the Idaho side of the Tetons...but we took a vote and decided to do it as a winter scene!❤️ A few years back I was brought in to lead some of these type classes at a local wine bar and they were always a lot of fun!😊 The Eagle Rock Art Gallery recently started representing some of my pieces and currently has quite a few of my favorite pieces on display and available!😊 And talking with the gallery owners and some of the other amazing artists, I said it’d be fun to start doing some of these classes and that I’d be up for leading one a month!🎨 Overall, it seems like everyone had a good time and I was impressed with their pieces!😊 So, I’ll probably lead another one in January and I’m definitely open to ideas for what y’all want to paint!😜 ___________________________________
The second photo is my demo piece from last night!🎨 Since I currently have over 100 finished pieces at my house with 60 already included in a Studio Sale (DM me for more info😜), I’m good with doing this demo piece for just $75 including shipping!🤔😳 I’ve still got to add some wire for hanging, add a bit of varnish, and stretch the canvas, but message me if y’all want it!😜 ___________________________________
Our Winter/Spring 2020 Issue is officially here—Everything Snow! Pick up your free copy around town to explore the entire issue. | Cover Photo: @freyafennwoodphotography | In Frame: @morgankelsey
About the Cover: “I met Morgan McGlashon on assignment for Mammut North America when I was photographing a story about exploring the Teton backcountry with a crew of local Jackson women. The best part about my job as an adventure photographer is the amazing people I meet and get to work with. It is a real pleasure to fly into a place I don’t know and get shown around by locals like Morgan. Morgan is a beautiful skier and fabulous backcountry partner. The cover shot was taken a few days into our trip. It was a really cold and windy morning, but we were rewarded with perfect powder.”—Freya Fennwood
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Grand Teton National Park
Gaze in wonderment at the views of Grand Teton National Park’s massive glacial mountain range as it sweeps through the Jackson Hole Valley in front of crystal blue lakes.
Bull Moose, Antelope Flats, Grand Teton National Park. October, 2019.
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I’m displaying my photography at the @utahmuseumoffinearts holiday market today and tomorrow from 10am-5pm. Come out and say hello! I have this photo printed at 12”x18” on high gloss ChromaLuxe aluminum. It’s a beautiful, vibrant print, and it comes mounted and ready to hang.
it’s all about finding joy in the details of life.
the little flowers amongst the snow covered trails. the patch of blue sky within the clouds. the moment of laughter. the help of a friend. eye contact with the right person at the right moment. accomplishing small victories. a hug. a good meal. the people surrounding you daily. make sure to stop and appreciate the details every once and a while and give thanks for all that adds to your experience here on earth. what’s something that brought you joy today?
Crown jewel of the Tetons @theurbanvoyager
This is a shot of the 3 Tetons taken from the west (opposite side of what you see from the Grand Teton National Park) as lenticular clouds form over the peaks on a warm fall morning.
This was my very first time flying in a single engined aircraft, and we chose the right place to do it. Seeing such a spectacular cloud formation for up close was a once in a lifetime opportunity for me and I would always be grateful that I chose to fly that morning.
Every once in a while, you come away with a shot that you know special, and this is one of those for me.
————————————— Camera: Sony A7 III
Lens: Tamron 28-75 2.8
EXIF: 1/2000s, ISO400, f8, 28mm
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I wanted to post this different variation of one of my more popular shots. I took this picture here of @hello_mallory and her husband with them closer to the fire whereas the other one they are more off in the distance. What do you think?
Also huge thanks to @artofvisuals for featuring me again today. Very happy for the exposure !
Hope you all had a happy thanksgiving 🦃! . .