Sunday, November 18, 2012

A New Light

If I were to describe myself in one word it would be: evolving. I don't mean the kind of evolving that involves monkeys. I mean the sort of evolution that comes with exploring your options. I have started to open my mind to new talents and interests of mine. Art in general has become a focus for me this year as I begin to really develop a creative mind. This creatively evolving mind has transformed my photography. These pictures of my lovely sister/model were taken with my new 35 mm portrait lens that I have found to make such a difference in the quality of my images.

Sunday, September 9, 2012


Just yesterday, while taking these pictures, I was thinking of how blessed I am. I am so blessed to know such gorgeous and inspiring people like my best friends Morgan (pictured) and Taylor (who was behind the scenes yesterday.) I know its cliché but I don't know what I would do without them and especially when it comes to helping me explore my photography...and my camera (we had some technical difficulties on this shoot.) I am also so fortunate to grow up in the beautiful state of Colorado where a good photography site is never far away. In this case, we happened upon a field on our way to a lovely evening spent in Boulder. 

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Embrace the Lace

This summer it's all about lace. When it comes to such a feminine fabric, I like to add my edgy touch to it by accessorizing with spikes, high waisted denim, and a military vest as a preview to the fall season. As for my sister, she wears an all over lace look. It's go big or go home for her!

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Blue Atmosphere

I'd rather not take the highway into Denver. Every time I travel downtown I like to take a back road. My favorite road? Broadway. Not the one with all the musical performances; the one where inspiration is sure to find me every time I look out my car window. A road lined with un-renovated buildings, an abandoned factory, the best vintage stores in the city, and if you look closely, walls like this one. 
The side of an empty building painted cerulean with white waves. I've wanted to photograph here ever since I traveled down this road. Thanks to my beautiful sister Anna, I was able to get some great shots.