Through Callie’s Eyes

A selection of staff photographer Callie Morris’s work

Callie Morris began taking photos at age 12, during a trip to Japan with her dad. She naturally developed a documentarian style and has always loved shooting in colour. In 2016, while documenting the mural painting process for Synonym Art Consultation’s Wall-to-Wall festival, she developed an interest in photojournalism.

Morris studied through the New York Institute of Photography and runs a colour film development lab out of her home. Her work is inspired by love, music and people living their truth. 

Find her on Instagam (@callielugosi) to see her work and to get your film developed.

Wall-to-Wall 2016. "I was so enamoured by this festival. I showed up to almost every single day to watch the progess of these murals."

"I love these guys so much. I started taking photos of 3Peat in October 2016. They made me love live music photography again."

"When film gets a little dusty, I think it adds to its charm. I love texture."

Patricia Beach, 2016. "It was my birthday, and all I wanted to do was take photos and hang out with my friends at the beach. It was a perfect day."

Published in Volume 71, Number 26 of The Uniter (March 30, 2017)

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