My Life in Stills

Carly Quissett Photography --- My work from....my life.

I hope for a future with someone like you. Someone funny and friendly and a little bit awkward. Someone who listens like an adult and laughs like a kid and doesn’t give a crap when other people roll their eyes. Someone who lives entirely differently than me but loves the same. Someone who wants to share two lives, not one, who wants to smile and cry like babies and dance like fools and live like kings and queens of our own existence and die like life meant something.

—“Dear No One" by a hopeless romantic, aka yours truly (via alynnsia)

alynnsia:

Here’s my Project for Awesome video! 

It’s about the Sharon Audubon Center and its bird of prey rehabilitation center that I volunteer at every winter. (Ever wonder why I post a lot of bird-of-prey photos? This is why.)

I’d really appreciate if you checked it out, voted for it on the P4A website if you liked it, and/or considered donating to the Audubon Center or to P4A itself. 

alynnsia:

Oban, the new red-shouldered hawk at the Audubon.

I’ll be releasing the “Audubon” preview [my documentary about the center and its birds] in just over a week. 

alynnsia:

Cover by me. Background music by me. Original song by Gabrielle Aplin.

I had trouble syncing the sound in GarageBand so the timing needs work.

"Girl" by Carly Quissett
Are We Human or Are We Dancers? is a collection of expressive line-drawn portraits meant to capture the essence and emotion of the subject, not the perfect likeness. The images are drawn in Sharpie and colored using Adobe Photoshop. 

"Girl" by Carly Quissett

Are We Human or Are We Dancers? is a collection of expressive line-drawn portraits meant to capture the essence and emotion of the subject, not the perfect likeness. The images are drawn in Sharpie and colored using Adobe Photoshop. 

"Chasing Kemba" is up! 

This is a short scene I filmed last year starring my brother and my dog, Kemba. It was incredibly fun to make, and I hope you guys like it! I always appreciate the feedback. 

xx,

Carly

Testimonies, Carly Quissett Photography
Often, at my school, students leave notes on the backs of the closet doors in their old dorm rooms. I found and read this one in a poignant moment. I think we can all relate to this at one point or another. 

Testimonies, Carly Quissett Photography

Often, at my school, students leave notes on the backs of the closet doors in their old dorm rooms. I found and read this one in a poignant moment. I think we can all relate to this at one point or another.