I have always been scared to shoot in black and white because I think ‘well, what if I wanted it in color? If I shoot in color I can always switch it to black and white with filters but you can’t add color to B&W
My study abroad experience in Seoul from 2012-2013 with CIEE was absolutely life changing. You guys sent in your questions and I tried to answer as best I can!
My favorite film lab in Seoul has started a new project all over Korea: disposable camera vending machines! There are currently 4 machines hidden in front of bookstores all across the country filled with cameras and film, yours for the taking!
After talking about the same couple of products over and over again for months (some of them for years) I decided to reach out to Wishtrend to see if they wanted to collaborate on a box for your guys, giving you more than a 40% discount on my favorite products.
If you watched my latest life update video, you know that this month I’m finally moving out of my sweet little basement apartment. Here’s a look at the spaces we toured and what apartment we decided on!
Since I started YouTube a little over 2 years ago, I have had so many questions about what gear I use to create my videos. I actually have spent surprisingly little on filming and editing equipment and want to encourage you to start filming even if you only have a camera phone and free editing software.
Earlier this month I was reached out to by the incredible Leesle, a hanbok designer located in Jeonju, Korea. The design house offers more traditional daily-wear hanbok alongside modern takes on the classic silhouette.
This spring has been rough on my skin, with all the pollutants in the air proving to be pretty happy living deep in my pores where I can’t reach them. Luckily, I’ve found a few ways to combat the air with in home methods and the professional route!
The part of my life that people are most curious about is my job here in Korea. I was incredibly fortunate to find a job as a marketing and social media manager in Seoul (along with a company willing to sponsor my visa and fight with the immigration office on my behalf!) so I wanted to share a bit about my experience.
A few weekends ago, I was working on a project that needed more space and light than my tiny apartment could offer. I ended up booking an AirBnb in the Itaewon area that is well known for being a studio for photographers and videographers. The place was so charming that I wanted to share it here in case you need a staycation or studio too :)