2013 Zach & Kelly: Montauk Love
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Montauk Love

Talk about an inspiring couple, my friends Zach & Kelly take the cake on this one. If you don’t want to vomit at how ridiculously cute they are together by the end of this video, you might want to check yourself. If I could picture my dream relationship it would be in this little motion picture. My buddy Zach is a super smart strategy designer and restauranteur who owns a lobster shack in an airstream trailer on the beach in Montauk called TURF. He’s a bad ass surfer, and all around inspiring dude. Kelly who you might also know as The Glamourai, is amazing and has a charisma and self assurance that is magnetic. She is vibrant and a joy to be around, is uber creative and a driven business woman. They both have a very refined taste for style. They’re life is completely curated and a dream. This video is literally a straight out depiction of a day in their life. Everything you see in the video is all their own elements. Their chemistry is exactly who they are every day(even though they have their battles I’m sure). Just being with them for two days inspired the hell out of me to find that same synergy they’ve created in my own future relationship.

My good friend/videographer, Sarah Tyler, and I put together this collaboration as a personal project. I shot stills and directed, while she DP’d and then edited, of which she did an amazing job. We both walked away from the two day adventure slightly obsessed, and completely inspired in our own lives.

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    • Elliott

      This is cruel but funny and generally corerct. Long Island used to be seen as idyllic, more similar to the still rural parts of Connecticut and Rhode Island instead of New York. It was decided to move most of the Lower East Side out there, so they could enjoy large houses and lawns. But the problem was that there is no way to get off the island except going through the center of New York City! That plus the way the new neighborhoods were developed meant that the people who live there are in the equivalent of a minimum security prison, in a OK place but no good means to get out of it.

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