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I am so excited to share the news that my travel prints are now available! We’ve partnered with Idyll Collective, a fine art photography print company that launched this month. Through a very extensive process, I selected 10 photos from my travels (went through almost 10,000 images) to have in this curated gallery.

It is truly an honor to be included in this opportunity alongside some incredibly talented photographers. It was a longtime dream of mine to launch travel prints, so I am very excited to share these are now available!

Over these last few months being at home, I’ve been flipping through photos from past trips. These photos take me right back to those places. So many incredible memories from over the years, cherished with others. Having these photos printed and in my home brings the wanderlust spirit alive and transports me, and I hope they’ll do the same for you.

I’ll share a little story behind each of these travel photos that were selected below. For this selection of travel prints, I decided to focus on the theme of “European Landscapes.” They are destinations in Europe that have left an impression on me over the years, places that I hold close to my heart.

So here’s a look at the photography collection launched with Idyll Collective — you can hop straight to my page here on the site as well.


A Look at The Travel Prints

About the Prints

Quality: Each print is expertly printed on Hahnemuhle photo rag 308gsm paper using archival inks. It is a fine art print. The print is also protected by UV acrylic to keep the integrity of the photo.

Sizing: Each print comes in varying sizes. So when you order with Idyll Collective, you can select the sizing that works best for you.

Frames: The prints come in a custom wood frame in the color of your choice (white, black, or natural) and with white matting.


The Prints

Monterosso, Italy

Backstory: This photo was taken from the iconic walkway that overlooks Monterosso. Travis and I did one of our first big trips together to Italy and decided to spend a few nights in Cinque Terre (the five lands). One of the more popular things to do is to hike from village to village. After a few hours of winding up and down, we were greeted with this view. After snapping a few photos, a cool dip in the ocean was in store.
Shop the print here.


Dubrovnik

Backstory: It was the second day of exploring Dubrovnik. We had no plans, but I knew we wanted to have lunch at the Hotel Excelsior outside of the city walls (recommended by a friend). I’ll never forget this day — after lunch, I noticed this beautiful area to sunbathe and jump into the water. We weren’t staying at the hotel as the area was for the hotel guests, but so badly wanted to stay for a bit and enjoy the scene. Without even asking, our server who we had spent most of our lunch talking to, asked us if we wanted to hang out at the patio next to the ocean. It was one of the most gracious and unexpected invitations. We spent the rest of a spontaneous afternoon soaking in the sun and swimming — it arguably became our favorite day from this trip. A reminder of how far one gesture can impact someone else.
Shop the print here.



Lago di Braies (Portrait and Landscape)

Backstory: You’ll find a few photos of the Dolomites in this collection of prints. It’s certainly the landscape in Europe that has impacted me the most. Lago di Braies may be the most iconic photography location in this part of Italy’s northern region. We woke up at the crack of dawn, drove an hour, and arrived at the lake’s edge. It was dark, you could hardly see even the tops of the mountains in the sky. As the sun started to rise, the reflections of the snow-drenched mountains reflected in the turquoise water. I remember thinking to myself now this is why everyone is here. A lake so glassy and vibrant, it doesn’t even look real.
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Fine Art Travel Prints With Idyll Collective

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Xx,
Jessica

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