Vintage FILM Portrait FRIDAY: Vivienne Scholl
Ah, Vivie! One of my oldest and dearest friends is on the East coast this week and I’m headed to Auburn to see her (and scope out the wedding ceremony location for one of my September weddings). Vivienne and I were placed on the same dorm floor our freshman year of RIT (Fish E West). I was immediately in awe of her dedicated work ethic, creative interpretations of her undergraduate assignments and her epic laugh. Plus, we bonded over our bad skin. Oh, and she can pick me out of a lineup by the sounds of my brushing my teeth!
Vivienne lives in San Francisco with her husband, Kevin (check out their wedding from last year). She is the designer and mastermind behind Avenue 4 Design, the creator of my original branding (logo, tag line, colors, etc) and she is just neat.
This image was taken two years ago, on my birthday, when I drove to Auburn to have lunch with her. She is standing with her amazing Step-Father, Jim in front of Auburn’s Seward House Museum. It was taken on my favorite little vintage camera, the Ansco Titan 120 Rangefinder on Ilford HP5 film.