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2014 Portraits on Film {Tori}

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2014 Portraits on Film {Tori}

Chris Nachtwey

Film | Is | Love

The 2014 Portraits on film project.

Tori works full time as a forensic chemist at Pfizer, but is also a voice actress. She is currently working on narrating an audiobook called "Destiny's Flower". She has voiced a couple characters for computer games, completed several Internet commercials, and has a TV commercial currently playing in Fairfield, CT. Tori's voice acting website can be found here.

Fun Fact: Tori and her boyfriend hosted a Japanese foreign exchange student for a year while he attended high school and has also gone skydiving! 

Tori, was actually the first person to reach out to me via my Facebook page to participate in the project. From the get go I knew she was down with the whole idea and seemed really excited to be in front of my camera.

We met up at Haley Farm State Park in Groton, CT on a cold and rainy day. I’m game for shooting in any weather and Tori was totally down for shooting in the bad weather as well. After chatting for a few minutes, Tori let me help her pick out her outfit, which I should add was really cool! To have that type of input during a session was something new and fun for me.

It was another awesome session for the project and I’m really pumped with the way these images came out! If you’re interested in participating in the 2014 portraits on film project you can contact me here or on my Facebook page.

Gear: Nikon F100 | Kodak Portra 400 | Nikon 85mm f/1.8 | Film developing and scanning by Coopers Imaging in Norwich, CT.

I cannot say enough kind words about Coopers! If you need any film processed and scanned go see the good people at Coopers!