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
More photos from my shoot with John Campbell and Mia. John’s work is amazing and I had so many good shots to pick from I had to share them with you. Johns past work has been as a cinematographer but lately he has wanted to cross over to fashion and
I just wanted to share a few photos of the show I have hanging at Guardino Gallery for the month of July. The opening was great. There was a steady stream of people but not too much to get overwhelmed. I didn’t even have to answer the same questions repeatedly.
Well I have great news and images to share of my latest composting batch. I started this batch on April 20th and it has been cooking ever since. I decide to construct a greenhouse like cooker to put the bundles in since the temp. in Portland is not too warm
I just set up a bundle to be composted with my last years harvest of pokeberry. I figured out that I could freeze the berries so I dont have to waste any from the harvest each year. Here are a few images of the process to get the bundle started.
I just received this blog link from Rebekah Johnson photography. She has put together this great page for one of her clients Aisha Harley’s wedding, who was one of my clients that I made a dress for this special occasion. Such a great idea!
Well its the last day of the year again. 2010 has been a busy year for me to say the least. I had a great art exhibit at Disjecta, participated in many fashion shows, produced and created a long time vision, Pre-soiled Couture, worked with new photographers, met with many
I am so antsy about my new collection for 2011. I’m still producing looks but I had a small shoot to get things started. Here is a sneak peek of images taken by the ever so talented Brent Barnett of Osi. The models are Mia Allen and the up and
Well I am at it again. This time I have managed to put together 6 new looks for my 2011 collection in one week. Dying, designing, and sewing. I am very pleased with the outcome! I didnt think I had it in me after creating 9 intricate looks for pre-soiled