Joey Phoenix Media
Photographer • Videographer


Salem, MA Portrait and Event Photographer
Posts in The Faerie Tribe
Pleasure in the Pathless Woods

For as long as I can remember my dreams have always been filled with the bizarre, the mystical, and the extraordinary – and in my waking life I do everything I can to seek these things out. Maybe this is due to the fact that I was a 90s child who grew up watching Disney movies, or maybe it has more do to with that whenever the sun shines or the moon glows I feel a warm prickling on my skin as if I'm being watched, or maybe even that somewhere in my history the world was a wilder place than it is now...

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Flowers, Leaves, and Snow: 3 Seasons with The Faerie Tribe

Once upon a time I met the extraordinary Lindsey Cline (then Hollett) at some Creative Salem event or another. She was making magic with a hula hoop (something I didn’t realize was possible at the time), and I was so enamored with her talent that I decided I wanted to know her.

Fast forward several months, and she’s telling me about this group called The Faerie Tribe, and about her desire to do a series of photos at the newly installed Stickwork – created by Patrick Dougherty for the Peabody Essex Museum.  As the entire structure is akin to a mythical home designed by the leaders of the fae, I thought it was an excellent idea. Ultimately she wanted to do three different shoots: one in Spring, one in Autumn, and one in Winter.

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