Hello! Hope you are all doing well.
A young lady I know was graduating middle school this weekend so all things have been geared toward that. In searching out a dress or two for the various events surrounding said graduation, we had great luck in finding lots of options at Aritzia.
I grew up with this store in Vancouver, BC, first as Hills of Kerrisdale and then eventually their current world of Aritzia. Although I enjoy shopping there for me, they have plenty of age appropriate options for the teen set and everything in between.
On another note, I have secured a work studio/office space in Seattle starting July 1st so super excited about that. A space for meeting with clients as well as collaborative projects with my fellow creatives. My head is thinking about the decor and set up, I will be keeping it fresh and bright. These are some pinterests that inspire the look.
I’ll be sure to keep you all posted on my official office opening.
What are you up to this weekend? Hopefully enjoying the sunshine.
Off to a BBQ, enjoy your evening!
As all of my personal clients know and for those of you who’ve been following for awhile, I love the jewels.
A simple necklace can not only change the look of an outfit, it personalizes it.
Some people prefer smaller,dainty pieces, while others feel, the bolder the better.
I recently was introduced by a mutual friend to Tiffani Wetherbee, the designer for Abeja jewelry.
We met over lunch for me to see her pieces in person. Besides loving her work, we had a blast and bonded over fashion, love of travel, good food and fun.
Tiffani, like myself has lived overseas and is inspired by her travels. Her company, Abeja, is the Spanish word for bee, and Tiffani chose that name for her work as she feels “bees are the connectors of the world. Bees are a link, they create, and they have a mission.”.
If you are looking to add a piece of fabulous to your collection or searching for a great gift, be sure to check out the goods from Abeja Design. Tiffani’s pieces are currently available on her website and at Bloom in Gig Harbor.
Travel Photography is a topic close to my heart and is something that I know many others get excited about also. Here are a few tips that might help get the best out of your digital camera while on the road.
There are many beautiful places all around the world. As a photographer you donât get a chance to see all of them. Yet there are places which you just canât miss especially if you love landscape photography and are impressed with the work ofÂ famous landscape photographers.
Beaches present digital camera owners with a number of wonderful opportunities as they are places of natural beauty, color and interesting light. However they also present a variety of challenges including camera damage, privacy issues and making large open spaces interesting.
Iâve been asked by parents of children to photograph their birthday parties numerous occasions and each time it has been a lot of fun.
Photographing childrenÂ isnât always easy â and photographing âthe birthday partyâ presents itâs own unique opportunities and challenges as a photographer.
Whether you’re creating a professional fashion shoot or capturing a family portrait, learning how to pose your subjects for the camera is one of the most important photographic tools you can have in your kit of photography knowledge. Before you begin, youâll want to have some key equipment on hand to make posing your model effortless.
Today we’re going to delve into one of the most important aspects of photography – lighting. We’ll begin with a background as to why lighting is so important, discuss the traditional three-light setup, and then move on to illustrate a number of different lighting techniques (and the associated results)!
For those of you that have read my articles on shooting the natural looking HDR Landscape, forget everything you readâ¦well almost everythingâ¦ when it comes to Night Cityscapes. They are a totally different animal in shooting and processing.
Not sure what these gray clouds are doing but just yesterday we were talking sunshine x 10. Hopefully, they are short lived.
Where is Monday Man, Tuesday Tip and all the regular content these days? Perhaps I am more of a free flow gal and the regiment of specific content is not my deal. Things are forever adjusting and this site falls under that category.
This week I am prepping for 2 photo shoots, one editorial, one product launch.
I am also meeting with an amazing jewelry creator. Her pieces are beautiful and can’t wait to share more.
I also snagged my web gal (Lonnie) yesterday and she helped me set up long ignored projects (tech is so NOT my thing) so I could bring them to you. One such thing is my Current Faves tab on this site. I’ve wanted a space, besides Pinterest, where I could share some goodness I am finding in a simple and clear format. Men’s, women’s, accessories and perhaps even decor. These items will change regularly so be sure to check this tab often.
So, the one constant?
That I am on always on style mode. Whether it is a private closet, an editorial shoot, or an Inner|Style client, I’m doing what I love. And when I have good things to share, this is where it will be.
Thanks for being a part of the ride!