Whenever I travel, I like to document my adventure as best I can. For my trip to Spain last July, I had really wanted to vlog, however, it ended up being too hot to carry around my digital camera and instead I resorted to shooting on film. My Canon AE-1 and a couple rolls of Portra … Continue reading A Week in Andalusia – El Gastor & Grazalema
Last year, I came up with a bunch of resolutions. I wanted to watch more films, read more books and eat vegetarian. This year, my resolutions move away from my personal life and more towards my work life. My goals this year are to promote and have more photoshoots with my company Je Photographe. At … Continue reading First Post of 2016!
With the festive feeling in my heart, I'm happy to share some of my film photographs from this holiday season. Earlier this month, I visited Glasgow's Christmas Market with my boyfriend and we explored all the different stalls, that were just bustling with festive cheer and customers. In Norway, I visited Oslo's Christmas Market and … Continue reading Festive Film
Another busy year is coming to its end, and Julie and I managed to squeeze in a trip to Norway and Sweden right at the end of it! Last time I was in Oslo, it was for the 17th of May, which is Norway's National Day. I got to wear the traditional bunad and try … Continue reading Norway Vlogs!
My friend, Julie, and I love to travel. We are constantly trying to find new places to have adventures, so when we got a week off from classes back in January, we took advantage of the free time to hop on a bus tour through the highlands. We took plenty of pictures and did some … Continue reading Emily and Julie’s Trip to the Highlands
Once a year, two of my friends and I go on a pilgrimage to Montreal’s China Town to appreciate the culmination of the island’s Chinese culture. We stuffed ourselves with vegetarian dumplings, Dragon Beard candies and Bubble tea. Happily satiated we continued our journey into Old Montreal, the historic cartier of the city. Unfortunately, most of … Continue reading Old Montreal // New Memories