In college I took my first darkroom photography class. I almost dropped out because I didn't think I was good enough. Today, I am going on 10+ years of shooting film and loving every minute of it.
I strive for a style that speaks truths which are accessible, told through artful documentation and organic storytelling.
I've always been drawn to photography as a way of remembering, and struggle to find anything more beautiful than the nooks and crannies of daily life.
When I'm not photographing, I spend my time enjoying life in Portland, OR with my husband and two cats. I love late morning coffee runs, epic fantasy novels and road trips with friends.
See more from film photographer Kim Smith-Miller on her website or on the Impossible Diptych Project.