Made in Manhattan

Flatiron Building, NYC

After shopping around in Soho the night before, we were ready to be full on tourists the next day. We switched our Airbnbs in the morning; once we checked in, we headed straight for Chelsea. For the first part of our day, we wandered along the High Line, a 1.5 mile elevated park made out…

The Oculus + My First Time in Soho

For our second day in New York, we laid low and did some casual exploring. As part of our pass, we chose admission to the 9/11 Tribute Center, not to be mistaken with the Memorial Museum. Arriving at the World Trade Center, we found out that we had made…

NYC Day One

After a delayed flight on Tuesday night, Paige and I spent all of Wednesday roaming around the Upper East side. We stopped for brunch (the first of many during our trip) at a cute sidewalk cafe called Bluestone Lane. The inside of the cafe is housed inside a church, right…

Weekend Links V04

One of my favorite parts about blogging is sharing my inspiration with others. Maybe someone somewhere will read this and click around on one of these links, and love what they find. That’s my hope, even if I’m just sharing some trivial links that I just so happen to enjoy.

Desert Portraits with Bryn

As I mentioned in my last post, my best friend Bryn and I took a girls trip to Palm Springs for a day. For a majority of the time, I used my iPhone to capture my experience; the only time I used my camera was for actual portrait work! This whole…

Palm Springs iPhone Diary

One of the main reasons I traveled down to LA was to take a day trip to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. A giant art installation, spread out along the desert, was celebrating its closing weekend and I felt this pressing desire to attend. Although I had tried to…

Weekend Links V03

Boy oh boy, April has been a hectic month. I feel like I say that every month, but it’s true nonetheless. If we are looking ahead, May is about to be even crazier! My sister has her prom next weekend, I have a few sessions lined up, and… I’m…

Spring Portraits with Andie

As part of my one-shoot-per-month goal, I aimed to bring all things spring into my session for March. Tall grass swaying in the afternoon breeze and flowers that grew up to our shoulders became our setting. Plus, I hadn’t seen Andie since Sutro Baths back in July, so it was…

A Weekend in Amsterdam

Okay y’all, this isn’t just your average (hopefully above-average?) photo diary. It’s a photo diary meets travel guide, the first of its kind published on the blog! Beware: this one is a little (a lot) lengthy, but it’s for a good cause! 

Amsterdam swept me away the minute I walked…

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