I was thrilled to have been recently interviewed for the Huffington Post style blog by a local writer Catherine Garvin. The article was a three part post and we had a photoshoot especially for the occasion. You can view the first article here. The creative team was brilliant and the
Its that time of year again when the sun warms the air and heats the black tar pavement. Perfect time to stuff and fold bundles for composting. I have been composting textiles for many years but it seems that for the last two I have really focused on this process
In keeping with the theme of the last few posts, I just have to reveal a set of photos that were taken last spring. There are similarities to the published shoot “The Master” which were totally coincidental but I love stuff like that. The photographer is one of the best,
Earlier this summer I was asked by a wonderful stylist in New York if I would send over some garments for a few photoshoots. This last month one of the shoots was published in Creem Magazine #6. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the editorial. It fits perfect with
Dreamland awaits you, Close your eyes, Imagine you and I, Close as breath, Skin upon skin, Lips touching, For you taste of Raspberries, sweetly irresistible, The fragrance of you, Takes my breath away, I am burning inside, A torch of fire, Burning fuel of passion, For you are my desire,
Several months ago I had a photoshoot with Spencer Watson and a wonderful team of models and artist. The concept for the shoot was Fantasy vs Reality. I decided to walk along the erotic side of both worlds. This is a short story line that I thought you might enjoy.
I was recently asked to loan garments for a photoshoot that would be taken on the last of the dry fall weather in Portland. Shot at the magic hour by the talented Christine Shields and styled by Kate Rutter and Jill Mason. With models Meredith Adelaide and Maddie Witte. Featuring
The second set of photos by David Miller was with Lachein.
This December I went to Seattle to participate in my last photo shoot of the year. David Miller was the man behind the camera. His work has an alternative flair with an original artistic touch. I have two sets to share right now and more to come. First is Lanna……….