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……….
I am please to announce that the new Collection for 2012 is up on the R.A.W. Textiles site. This marks the 4th collection and my love for butterflies. This year you will find more loungewear with yards of silk chiffon.
My new collection is finished finally and now I await the editing and updating before I can show the world. This year I was inspired by butterflies for the beautiful colors and patterns they have. I realize as well the other metaphors that are attached to them such as a
These photos are a continuation from the beach shoot. While scouting for places to shoot we found this great bunker in Fort Stevens. It was a maze of concrete rooms with odd cut outs for windows and trap doors everywhere. Photographer: Tomas Karwoski Jewelry : Emily Jane
In Seaside Oregon lies a beautiful treasure beached in the sand like the bones of a sacred space. I am speaking of the Peter Iredale shipwreck of 1906. I have lived in the Northwest my whole life and never until now seen this awe inspiring site. Ever since I heard
This was the final stop of our road trip. We found this native fishing site that was slowly decomposing over the years but you could still see how the structures could have been used by the natives that came to fish. What a beautiful thing to find. The photos of