Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding. It is the bitter potion by which the physician within you heals your sick self. Therefore, trust the physician and drink his remedy in silence and tranquility.

Khalil Gibran

Walk On
Took a trip to Kingsport today to walk the streets in search of some dope aesthetics and dope locations for portrait shooting with my homegirl Mickensie. Spent a couple of hours out and it was solid. DSLR frames from our past two shoots should be flooding in soon.

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Walk On

Took a trip to Kingsport today to walk the streets in search of some dope aesthetics and dope locations for portrait shooting with my homegirl Mickensie. Spent a couple of hours out and it was solid. DSLR frames from our past two shoots should be flooding in soon.

© Trevor Wentt

 Home 
My home away from home is no doubt Liston Rm. 222. I’ve been in this room since I was a sophomore and have built it and personalized it as my own. Growing up I always shared a room and it’s been a bit freeing to have a room with a creative environment to myself in college

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Home

My home away from home is no doubt Liston Rm. 222. I’ve been in this room since I was a sophomore and have built it and personalized it as my own. Growing up I always shared a room and it’s been a bit freeing to have a room with a creative environment to myself in college

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Tony
There are very few people in this world that I have more respect for than this man. He is my pastor, friend, and mentor in many ways. He’s a man that has told me, “I’m proud of you,” more than anyone in my life other than my Mom, and for a kid with an absent father, that means more than you can fathom. This image is from a set of images I shot one service to be used for our church website. I love my church & my pastor.

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Tony

There are very few people in this world that I have more respect for than this man. He is my pastor, friend, and mentor in many ways. He’s a man that has told me, “I’m proud of you,” more than anyone in my life other than my Mom, and for a kid with an absent father, that means more than you can fathom. This image is from a set of images I shot one service to be used for our church website. I love my church & my pastor.

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 hope 
As the vulcanized soles of my Clark’s grazed the pavement leading to the steps of my college dorm, I found myself staring upward towards the heavens covered in strokes of white and blue. As light emanated from the layers of creation, the word that stood firmly in my mind was “hope.” Something about the purity of the scenery whispered hope to me. Hope for what? I wish I could give an answer, but hope nonetheless. Maybe it was the still voice of God - I remain unsure, but whether from within or from above, the message said simply hope, so I will do just that; I will hope.

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hope

As the vulcanized soles of my Clark’s grazed the pavement leading to the steps of my college dorm, I found myself staring upward towards the heavens covered in strokes of white and blue. As light emanated from the layers of creation, the word that stood firmly in my mind was “hope.” Something about the purity of the scenery whispered hope to me. Hope for what? I wish I could give an answer, but hope nonetheless. Maybe it was the still voice of God - I remain unsure, but whether from within or from above, the message said simply hope, so I will do just that; I will hope.

© Trevor Wentt

 Saturday 
Yesterday was solid. went out to the lake with my bruh Nathan, hit up some rope swinging, stellar conversation and a little iPhonography. Afterward we had dinner and chilled at his house. With my best friend in Ghana, it’s nice to have another guy to chill with.

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Saturday

Yesterday was solid. went out to the lake with my bruh Nathan, hit up some rope swinging, stellar conversation and a little iPhonography. Afterward we had dinner and chilled at his house. With my best friend in Ghana, it’s nice to have another guy to chill with.

© Trevor Wentt

The Dress
Just about finished with the images from the first wedding I’ve ever shot and I do have to say, I’m pretty pleased with the results so far. Maybe it’s because the bride was one of my closest friends, but I’ve really enjoyed this whole process surrounding photography and editing and have smiled an insane amount.

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The Dress

Just about finished with the images from the first wedding I’ve ever shot and I do have to say, I’m pretty pleased with the results so far. Maybe it’s because the bride was one of my closest friends, but I’ve really enjoyed this whole process surrounding photography and editing and have smiled an insane amount.

© Trevor Wentt

Chalked - Mickensie 
Preview shot of a stellar portrait session that I had with my homegirl Mickensie today. Really excited to share these soon.
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Chalked - Mickensie 

Preview shot of a stellar portrait session that I had with my homegirl Mickensie today. Really excited to share these soon.

© Trevor Wentt

In the effort to improve the art or craft of your work, don’t become so focused that you lose sight of the bigger picture: the humanity, the humor, the beauty, the pain of those around you.

Jon Foreman

 Morning Essentials 
Most good mornings start with these for me - most of the pieces of some stellar time with Jesus

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Morning Essentials

Most good mornings start with these for me - most of the pieces of some stellar time with Jesus

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 Walls 
One of the many dope textures I found yesterday on my photowalk around Bristol. Such a dope texture. These walls steadily give me ideas for interior design of my future dwelling

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Walls

One of the many dope textures I found yesterday on my photowalk around Bristol. Such a dope texture. These walls steadily give me ideas for interior design of my future dwelling

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