He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

It’s a revolution in an ever-changing world. The 1960s can at times be hard to understand, but can also be very intimate and soft. We were independent in a way we had never experienced before and maybe that is because we lost a lot and we loved a lot — and through the love we drove on and made it through…


The 1963 Lincoln Continental (a car often associated with JFK) was like a finely-tailored Italian suit; its elegant simplicity set the tone for a whole generation—they explored a more minimalistic way of living. The ’60s weren’t a decade of excess, they were a decade of young people finally having a voice in shaping their country.

It is with great honor Lincoln asked us to capture the romance of time through a series of Cinemagraphs with their classic cars so that we may all keep the memory of love going at any speed.


14 thoughts on “He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

  1. The Cinemagraph is so smooth! I think the lighting in this set of photos is breathtaking. Thanks for sharing this Lincoln series with us. I like how you went through the time periods with an interesting story, and it’s been great seeing the results of your collaborations with Kelly.

  2. Hi jamie, I’m soooooo in love with this shoots! I’m trying to forget it, but every time I turn on the computer this editorial is the first thing I see! Pleeeeeeeease keep doing this great work!

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