WILL FRYAR IS A 27 YEAR OLD FILM PHOTOGRAPHER/CINEMATOGRAPHER RESIDING IN SUNNY PHOENIX, AZ. SOME OF HIS MOST CAPTIVATING WORK INCORPORATES THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF HIS SURROUNDINGS, BOTH PERSONS AND SCENERIES. HIS PASSION FOR FILM PHOTOGRAPHY HAS LED HIM ON ADVENTURES WORLDWIDE. HE ENJOYS EXPLORING NEW PLACES WITH HIS BEAUTIFUL WIFE, EVERYTHING COFFEE, AND GETTING LOST IN A GOOD RECORD. KEEP UP WITH HIM ON INSTAGRAM AND HIS WEBSITE.
Home sweet Home | North Carolina
After relocating to Arizona two-ish years ago, my wife and I fell in love with the desert landscape and the many friends we have made, but there really is "no place like home". We both grew up in North Carolina. My wife grew up in the military town of Fayetteville near the coast and I grew up in the small town of Walnut Cove; It's even smaller than it sounds. We met on a beach near Wilmington, NC in 2007 and spent the next six years playing cat and mouse before finally falling in love and eventually tying the knot. We go back to visit family at least once a year and while we are there we try to go to all our favorite spots. Here are a few photographs I took with trusty film cameras.
NYC | December 2014
Last december my wife and I traveled to the greatest city on earth during the best time of year. Our gallivanting took us to all the best parts with some of the best people. Some of our favorite spots were Grumpy's cafe in Chelsea, Torst in Brooklyn, Ippudo in the East Village, Blue Bottle at Rockefeller, Bleecker Street Pizza & Surf Saturdays in the village, plus too many other spots to remember. Need recommendations for your next trip? Just ask. Here are a few photographs I took with my trusty film cameras.
Cambodia | January 2015
In January, I had the unique opportunity to travel to the country of Cambodia. Cambodia is a kingdom of incredible beauty, with famous breathtaking temples, fertile plains dotted with rice fields, and a history unlike any other. Each year, Cambodia draws millions of tourists who come to enjoy the country's magnificent sights and enter the walls of Cambodia's Angkor Wat - one of the seven wonders of the world. I accompanied a small documentary film team capturing stories of women who have been sold into sex slavery in order to raise awareness and bring justice to those who deserve it. Amidst our travels we saw much of the countryside, the capital city of Phnom Pehn, and neighboring villages. Here are a few film photographs I took with my trusty film cameras.