Earlier this summer I met a photographer, David Miller who invited me to come to Sauvie Island for a shoot. We had a lot of fun running from the mosquitoes and talking to the locals. I had to wait to release the photos as they were going in a magazine.
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
The image of paint and the window are from my camera. Of course the beautiful one in the center is Mia as taken by John Campbell……..
Last Sat. I participated in the 5 annual Junk to Funk show “Transformations”. This year the show was more like a party with garments placed around the room on dress forms and live models mingling in the crowd wearing past show garments. I put in two pieces from my collection
Another beautiful redhead walked across my path. She actually fit into the cast aluminum bra that I made to fit my torso and you can imagine that one has to have the just the right build to comfortably wear the silver armour. Thanks to Danger Ninja Productions (Photography), Jodi Vaughn