This mama and her precious girls seriously stole my heart. xo
Over the last few months I've been working on an awesome cookbook project with my friend Drea, of Oh Dear Drea blogging fame. I'm photographing a small portion of the book for her, which is really a dream come true for me—shooting for a cookbook is definitely a bucket-list item of mine. It's been pretty amazing, and I can't wait to share some of those shots in the future (after the book is out of course!)
When Design Sponge decided to feature a tour of her house, she asked if I'd come take those photos as well. Let me tell you, I have a huge crush on this lady's style sense. She's created such a bright, colorful, and inspiring space for her family, and getting to photograph some of the details was really a treat! Take a look at Design Sponge's post here.
Here are some of my favorites!
It is not only the monumental events that define our lives. The details, the more common moments are often the strongest and deepest-hued threads woven into the tapestry of life. The rhythm of the everyday, and the attitude with which we greet it, makes us who we are more than anything else.
This post is part of an ongoing personal project, capturing real moments with my own family and friends on film. Shot with Pentax 67, expired Portra 160VC, and Fuji Acros; developed and scanned by The FIND Lab.
Jack and his parents got to visit Florida for his second birthday, and I had the chance to document a tiny piece of it. It was such a beautiful day in Delray Beach- before the summer heat and daily thunderstorms set in!
I recently took a wonderful class at The Define School called The Art of Styling. Taught by Anna Naphtali, this class teaches styling concepts, especially for food and tabletop scenes. I thoroughly enjoyed it and definitely recommend it to other photographers hoping to grow in this area or explore something different from what they normally shoot. These three images are from my final project for the class.