Tribeca Film Festival x Lincoln Motor Company

Black Label represents a new level of Lincoln luxury in terms of product execution and personal service,” said Matt VanDyke, director, global Lincoln. “This combination of elevated service, materials and execution will set Lincoln Black Label apart.
— Matt VanDyke

So glad I can share my experience at the Tribeca Film Festival with you all! Thanks to Lincoln Motor Company and their new MKZ Black Label car, I was able to have a smooth/luxury experience getting to each film. 

Have to throw it back for a second....

When I think of Lincoln cars I think of my grandma! I remember her car being just as smooth and timeless as they are now. Something about when you get in all the outside noise would disappear. Not to mention the killer hidden car phone in the console....come on you all remember those days! Needless to say I always felt safe, and excited when my grandma had to pick me up from school instead of my parents.

Moving forward.....

Riding in the Black Label car, I was nothing less then impressed with the top notch craftsmanship. A craftsmanship that carries the same safe and luxurious feeling I felt when I was a little girl. There are obvious improvements since then. For example, a car phone is now a GPS, and this car provides seats that can massage you on your way to a film festival...enough said......

Also a big thing that stood out to me was the design. The seats are outlined with just a simple touch of red. The design is sharp and the seats are pretty freaking comfortable too. Also a sun roof was literally out of this world. You don't even need a convertible with this sun roof! The car obviously doesn't look like my grandmas, but it still stays true to Lincolns aesthetic through and through. So glad I had the opportunity to enjoy their services during the film festival.

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I was able to enjoy two AMAZING films thanks to Lincoln Motor Company. I am not just saying this by the way. Before this year I had not experienced the film festival, and boy do I regret it. There is something about being in a small theatre and watching a film that is being shown for the first time. On top of that, watching two films that were completely different from one another! Films and descriptions of both are below from TFF website. 

Bleeding Heart Reserved yoga instructor May's (Jessica Biel) peaceful, clean-living life is thrown out of balance by the arrival of her long-lost sister Shiva (Zosia Mamet), a street-smart yet naive young woman trapped in an abusive relationship. May feels compelled to rescue the hapless Shiva, but she finds herself increasingly drawn out of her sedate world and deeper into Shiva's chaotic one. With Edi Gathegi, Joe Anderson, Kate Burton, and Harry Hamlin.

Man UpWhen perpetually single Nancy (Lake Bell) is mistaken for a charming stranger’s (Simon Pegg) blind-date, she just goes with it, leading to a series of escalating adventures for the two mismatched lovebirds in Ben Palmer’s hilarious romantic comedy.

  • I was actually able to chat with Zosia from GIRLS (seen above.) She was the coolest chic, and I felt like I have known her for years! More on that and the films tomorrow! Just want to thank Lincoln again for such a lovely experience. 

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The girl that puts fashion to paper. I had the pleasure of shooting the gorgeous Katie who is behind PaperFashion. Her work is beautiful and I have been a follower of hers for about 4 years now. I know that sounds crazy, but it's so true. The fact that she asked me to shoot her portraits made me so happy. Not to mention a tad nervous...I am sure you are wondering why? Well right before we took photos she told me she doesn't usually like photos of herself. So I had that to overcome and prove to her and myself. I love a good challenge, and I must say I think these turned out lovely. She was just glowing. I hope you enjoy these. And Katie thank you again for asking me to take photos of you..I will never forget it.