AKA: friends with cameras. Meet Garrett Cornelison. Again. When he rolled in with the ‘why we rescue’ crew of Theron Humphrey and maddie the coonhound recently, he captured some sweet little moments of Charlie. This type of bartering rooms-for-art is what we are all about. Our door is always open to ya’ll! garret and a shot he got the night he shot these charlie images.a storm rolled in over the lake….
… To announce the launch of their new Fall line. check it out. Holy *($#%!… do we love this. Somehow, when talented designers, filmmakers, photographers like these folks- come to visit, they see this place through an entirely new lens. David & I (as the default caregivers of this communal space we call home) sometimes fall victim to focusing on our reality of just keeping the roof up. Days and evening spent trenching out broken water pipes, swapping out rotting landscaping timbers, repairing ripped screens, fixing geriatric bed frames with duct tape and prayer….. it’s akin to painting the golden gate bridge….
Our dear friend Nathan Michael posted this recently on his instagram feed: “Last week someone hacked & closed my Instagram account. They tried to rob me of the community I share with each of you. After 5 days of silence, I truly believed it would all be gone. During that time I was reminded what the Instagram community is really about: Us. The stories we share. The way we capture life & preserve special memories. The new life long friendships we create by being intentional to connect with others. The support we give our communities at whole. They could have…
…Is Michael Kiser. The dude has a gift. Check out this excerpt from his latest ‘collaboration post’ on Ronan Anderson’s visit here to camp: “Enter the fire department. A bit lost in conversation, and a bit heady from the brews, none of us noticed the bit of smoke rolling off the steaks and into the lodge. A few failed attempts at entering the cancel code and we had guests. Hungry guests. In his apologies for tying up some of Elkhorn, Wisconsin’s finest, Rohan passed around a few plates and made some new friends. They returned from their trucks with beef jerky and…
Sometimes you meet a talent that just blows your mindand our minds have been sufficiently blown. May we (re)present to you the talented mr. oneal: Otherwise introduced to us as MO. Some choice selects from his recent visit with us at Camp. (Michael- thanks for sharing your perspective with us!) And some shots of our friends that he took outside of the campground:
My favorite time of year.The most inspiring time of year.Coming together with friend and creatives, old and new-to make art, cook and hang out. Nobody could document the weekend better than Bob Coscarelli. Check out his whole series HEREand his ‘camp’ section on his website HERE
Some gorgeous engagement photos by emily steffen
The work of Yewon Kim is amazing! She has come to camp to visit + shoot a couple of times, And we are in awe of her eye! enjoy.
Our friend bob stopped by this afternoon for a coffee. Camera in hand, he roamed around and grabbed some scouting shots for an upcoming shoot. I love his eye. Fast. Easy. Honestly lit. (We stare at the same things every day, and he sees them entirely differently) Highlights: Jack + Angela on the stairs! Charlie’s lowrider (thanks, wills!) and our $alvation army couch Long live thrift store furniture !! (where most of our stuff if sourced from) Check out bob’s amazingness: coscarelliphotography.com
How do you get a thousand likes for an iphone shot of a butcher block? by being nathan michael. check out his feed and his tumblr and his blog and his tweets and his facebook page He arrived at the house at 10 am. By the time he left at 1pm, he had 1500 more followers on his feed. (His work is so beautiful that Instagram put him on their suggestion list). He shot some stuff around the house, some of the new (secret squirrel) camp project, and we drank alot of espresso. Stay tuned for a collaboration later this…