The Mamiya and I had the chance to make photographs while Betsy was posing for sculptor Tomasz Misztal a couple of weeks ago. I'd never seen a sculptor at work and I am so glad that I was able to observe the process. I'd seen Tomasz' work in the studio before countless times because he'd lent Betsy and I his space by the large windows, but had never met him, and I never even thought that I'd be lucky enough to see him work. See, Tomasz is kind of a big deal: he's had work in many exhibitions and his sacred art is displayed in European and American churches, as well as the Vatican museum. He's also an incredibly kind and cultivated man, and I'm very glad to have met him.
Mamiya M645 // Ektar pushed 2 stops