The Photographic Journal

A Night in Nashville

Essay 319 • Aug 6th 2018

One night in Nashville with no plans, except Kathryn. The moon was in Scorpio. We felt the trees. We touched the moon with our fingers. We had wind in our hair and ramen in our bellies. "I think you're easy to trust". We laughed and created past midnight. I live for nights like those.























 

Kate Sweeney (b. 1987) is TPJ’s Photographer-In-Residence. Kate is a self-taught photographer whose work has been featured in Dazed, Refinery29, The Huffington Post, and Glamour Magazine. She currently lives and works in Columbus, Ohio, where she continues to make work that focuses on the human form, color, and our connection to nature.
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Model: Kathryn
Rope: Uhthur

 

Check out all of Kate’s TPJ photo essays:

Alayna at the Farm

Frances in the Field

Pink Ladies

Reacquainted

Oasis

A Sunday in Ridgewood

Kate x Vans Vision Walk

A Butterfly Underwater

A Night in Nashville

Momka

Dayana

Frances

Hana

A Day at the Inn

In This Place

Kelsey x The Impossible Project

Butch & Femme

Color Therapy

24 Hours in Catalina, Part Two

24 Hours in Catalina, Part One

Greazi

RNC

Apart

Deliverance

Kelsey x The Impossible Project

We Took the Cake