Nine Frames: Eli Guillou

This fall, our senior animator took time off to visit family in Hawaii and get some much-needed rest. “It’s hard capturing the fresh air and beauty there, but my hope for these photos is to show you a glimpse of it. I returned to NYC feeling refreshed and refueled for the quickly approaching cold winter!”

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Nine Frames: Steven Wimberley

Exploring the Iberian Peninsula

While exploring the Iberian Peninsula I was constantly surrounded by beauty, in both the vast expanses and in the tiniest details. It is was surprising though just how challenging it was to capture that essence of place and beauty on film.

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Nine Frames: Erin Kilkenny

Traveling gives you a new perspective and awareness of your surroundings, so I tried to capture that more literally on film.

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Nine Frames: Nicole Willis

Photographing Long Beach, NY.

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Nine Frames: Nadia Husain

Perfect imperfect moments in New York City, Spring 2019.

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Nine Frames: Koda Ko

Modern architecture meets traditional culture in the alleyways of Japan.

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Nine Frames: Daniel Graf

Walking through the streets of London and fields of Long Island.

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Nine Frames: Asia Hunt

Working on set in Brooklyn, New York.

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Nine Frames: Casey Halter

Exploring underwater environments in Cuba.

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Nine Frames: Bobby Hanley

Capturing the day-to-day lives of people and workers in NYC’s Chinatown.

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Nine Frames: Freddie Henttonen

Exploring analogs on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Nine Frames: September Raines

An analog exploration of Northeastern Americana.

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Nine Frames: Pat King

An up-close look at the Lone Star state through a foreign lens. “As a native Canadian, I definitely found the motto to be true: Everything is bigger in Texas.”

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Nine Frames: Brenden Schaaf

A unique collection New York City streetscapes, found artwork, and compelling personal moments.

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Nine Frames: Alex Moulton

Nine frames is a new photography series produced by the Trollbäck staff. Each month, we assign a disposable camera to a single team member and ask them to capture their world. The idea is to show how different the world can look through the eyes of different people in this industry — designers, animators, strategists, filmmakers and writers. We hope you enjoy the perspective.

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