These images are stills from a short film called Pilgrim by Sea Chant, a motion picture and photography studio run by Andrew and Carissa Gallo. Granted a few blank days on their calendars between work projects, they set out into Oregon’s diverse landscape to create something wholly their own. Filmed in locations all around the state, the couple and their team drove through the undulating environment, camping and stopping to shoot at whim. “We always try to immerse ourselves in This story is from Kinfolk Issue Fifteen Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 31 Semi-detached Unease in suburbia. Arts & Culture City Guide Storage Book Store A meeting place for photography lovers in Seoul. Arts & Culture Issue 26 Enduring Love Advice on producing a perennially popular classic. Arts & Culture Shining a New Light on Marsha P. Johnson A new documentary chronicles the mysterious death of transgender icon Marsha P. Johnson. Arts & Culture A Barmecide Feast In Los Angeles, a replica of the set piece from Stanley Kubrick's Oscar®‐winning 2001: A Space Odyssey is on display. Arts & Culture Fashion Documenting the Artist: Reiner Holzemer We speak to Reiner Holzemer, the director of a new documentary on Dries Van Noten, about exploring unknown worlds through the documentary lens.