The above photo is of my life long friend, Jeremy Craig. Jeremy and I went to elementary school together up until the 7th grade when his family moved from Atlanta to Denver. Contrary to the laws of elementary school friendship we actually remained in touch throughout our high school years. Maybe it was the fact that his house in Denver was only an hour away from ski slopes (Loveland Pass) and visiting Jeremy offered a cheap alternative to the typical Daytona Beach spring break. Since high school though we’ve only seen each other a handful of times. Jeremy has lived in New York with his wife Emily for the last 5 years as Jeremy has pursued writing young adult novels and a film degree at Columbia University. A short film that Jeremy wrote recently won a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and he was able to direct and produce it. The film is called “Terrebonne” and focuses on the relationship of a brother and sister that live in Terrebonne Parish in Southern Louisiana. I was honored when Jeremy asked me to come be the on-set stills photographer for the film. It was incredible working on such an inspiring project and collaborating with an old friend.
Check out the Terrebonne website to read more about the film.
These photos are of my first day shooting, which took place in a barber shop and on some dirt roads.