Yesterday, I attended This Must Be the Place, a traveling art show that takes place in vacant buildings around St. Louis. Yesterday, I was blown away by the work and how thoughtful it all was. Much of it was site-specific and worked in interesting and creative ways with the space it was placed in. I took some pictures, so, you get to experience my friends standing in front of art in front of abandoned places : )
Because I’m going through a phase where I take Instagram way, way too seriously. I end up taking and ‘editing’ a bunch of pictures that don’t make the cut for one reason or another but that I still love. EXCLUSIVE sneak peek into the unknown insta-life of Zoë Scharf! You saw it here first!
After meeting Tuan at ALIVE Magazine‘s Buzz List photoshoot in December (look out for the February issue) we found that we had a lot to talk about. Tuan, originally from St. Louis but having moved out to LA, had a unique perspective on STL happenings and the state of the city. After some (much) whiskey had at Taste in the Central West End, a photoshoot was set to happen.
We celebrated my grandpa’s 93rd birthday. He is the most social, generous, kind person I know. Cousins, aunts, uncles, grandkids, great grandkids. Ranging in ages from 14 months to 93 years. I am coming down from the high of how special it is to have a family that values and prioritizes spending time together. And I feel especially lucky that we are able to do so in a place as gorgeous and wonderful as the Bahamas. Here’s to you Seymour.
Hi world. Zoë here. Here’s roll No.2. Again, all shot on a Cannon F1 at 400 ISO and some other settings that make me slightly confused, but less confused than last time. I’m learning a lot, changing a lot. 3rd roll coming soon, but meanwhile–– lemme know what you think. Full set here, short list below.