Photos by Tahnee Granger
"I picked up a camera 4 years ago, but just in the last few months I have started down the path of my true passion-portraits. I'm having fun collaborating with other businesses to style my models and have been grateful for the positive response and support I've been getting from people. This world is full of good humans!"
Photos by Tahnee Granger
"I'm a wife and mum of 3, living in South Australia where we have hills behind us, the city near us, and pristine beaches just on the other side. And sharks. Lots of sharks!
This shoot was one I've been imagining for a while now. I wanted the girls for their amazing personalities and let's be real, lion mane hair. I love the uniqueness of Feral watches and they go perfectly with my adventuring side that I only wish I could do more of. But we do what we can with little people in tow!"
A cozy series by freelance photographer, Maya Nair, who is currently exploring stunning coastlines along the PNW in Oregon. See you out there!
We are super excited to introduce to you our first line of apparel!!! We have been working on these designs for months now and they are finally available just in time for the holidays. Check out our collection of soft goods for women, toddler, and baby. Hurry while supplies last!
The Jane wrap watch is now available in nude and white leather! This time featuring a round rose gold case for a classy yet minimalist look. It goes with everything! Get yours now at www.feralwatches.com
For the past 2 ½ years, my boyfriend James and I have called the wild places of North America our backyard and a trusty orange bus our home. Each day, we traverse the rugged mountains, pretty prairies, and painted deserts of this vast and varied land. We are artists inspired by the incomprehensible beauty of natural places.
In a strange way, the movement of the road has taught me to be still. That age-old cliché, ‘Stop and Smell the Roses,’ never resonated until fields of wildflowers like these spread before me, unending. We always screech our brakes to a sudden halt for wide meadows of daisies or lupine. I’ve become pro at weaving flower crowns and consider myself a professional frolicker.
Above all, I moved into a bus and onto the road to slow myself down. Modern society burdens us with pressure to be constantly productive, something I combat by devoting time to purposeful idling. This daily practice has endowed me with a rich and vibrant life.
Time is a tool that gives life structure, but it should never rule you. The ethos of Feral watches, its wrap, its aesthetic, remind me to use time wisely. We only have one life to live, and by minding time, we all can achieve a life of Feral play and exploration.
Rachel is a writer and cartoonist inspired by ancient philosophy and the natural landscapes of North America. She enjoys birding, green tea, and arranging cheese plates. When she’s not scribbling in her journal, you can find her exploring wild places with a backpack and a topo map.