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Leaving your usual environment and venturing out into nature can often lead to bright ideas and a refreshed imagination. We follow film directors Andrew and Carissa Gallo as they head out into Oregon’s rich landscape to work on a new film project titled Pilgrim.

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

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    Sea Chant

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