"I’m a closet photography nerd. I’ve always found that pictures serve as the best storytellers and life has so much hidden detail behind a lens. Thus, my Path moments mostly serve as a visual stroll - or rather, scroll - down memory lane.
I started using Path when I moved from Connecticut to California this past May for a theatre company’s summer stock season. I had barely traveled the East Coast, let alone the country, and I wanted an organized way to personally document my journey. Fresh out of college, I was about to embark on my first job in the real world, my first move, and my first time on the West Coast - some prime Kodak moments.
Some of the perks of this new job were the events I was invited to attend as a resident videographer. One of my absolute favorites was an event that featured our company’s performers at the Sonoma Raceway during an opening Indy Race. I had the opportunity to get up close and personal with the racetrack and gained access to everything Indy related on what may have been the most beautiful day in California. I saw my first race, hung out with some drivers, and attended a beautiful home above all of wine country afterwards with our team for “afternoon sky-gazing”.
My time in California was spent filming concerts in wine caves and watching the sunset behind outdoor venues while performers serenaded an audience. Words could hardly describe what I was experiencing, but a photo had the ability to capture glimpses of my once in a lifetime adventure, and share it with the people I was closest with back home - people who actually wanted to see it.
Even after returning to the East Coast in early September, I still use Path to document everything from memorable days at the office, to the start of apple picking season or any other monumental moment in everyday life. A picture really is worth a thousand words, and Path allows me to remember it all.” - Erin, Connecticut