Hi, Chelsea here! I will be sharing some of my personal film images that we recently got scanned. Andrew is a talented film photographer and he has been patiently teaching me how to use our 35mm camera the past few years. I am hoping soon he would pop on here and share some of his personal work. But, if you are interested in seeing his, check out his personal instagram: instagram.com/andrewmichaelmontgomery
I have so enjoyed carrying a camera around for fun. Since high school, I have loved photography. I dipped my toes into photography in the tenth grade, found myself on photo adventures with friends, and then in college in turned into an unexpected career. I have missed carrying my camera around, snapping photos of friends, and unexpected beauty around. You wouldn't think a professional photographer wouldn't be doing that, but with any job, we find ourselves busy, and not having much room for creativity. That is one of the many take aways I have from this time of COVID-19. Finding beauty in the ashes. Finding joy in the morning. Picking up a paint brush, grabbing my camera and going for a walk, putting my fingers in the dirt and watching beauty unfold.
I hope and pray you are all well, thank you for coming to this little site that so desperately needs updating.. but we will get there soon enough.
photo walk series: winter 2o2o // Richmond, va
home : winter 2o2o
our dog bonnie and her sister piper
places: winter 2o2o
people: winter 2o2o
lynchburg winter 2o2o
stylized session with @caitcreative
eloise's due date get away: crozet, va
the weather reflected how we felt on the inside. in turmoil. total pain. without our girl. but, even though our arms are and were empty.. she was there with us. and she met us in nature and we felt her love. she has helped us get out of bed every morning. we miss you, eloise.
outer banks trip late autumn 2o17 or 2o18
more winter 2o2o
alec & jenna's wedding march 2o2o