Tag: photography

seeing red

Since I didn’t finish week 2 of Allie’s phone photo challenge, I’m now seeing red all over the place and the pictures I should have taken. This is a photo of the inside of the giant umbrella in our lobby at Anthropologie. I’m very ready for the color grey next week, though, don’t worry.

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!

color washed table settings

I’m dying over these food illustration photographs from Dietlind Wolf. Her photography was already mesmerizing but to add the splashes of watercolor as table settings has me drooling.

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nice work: Anna Williams photography

I’m so inspired by Anna Williams’ photography, especially her personal project, the Voracity. Anna’s work is exquisite and the stories behind each mini-magazine are well thought and well executed. Bravo, Anna!

vintage vogue

How classy and sophisticatedly sexy are these Vintage Vogue women? I’m fascinated with how far fashion has come, how much of it is returning, and how much I want to be like these ravishing ladies. Very different from the ’80s and ’90s fashion I grew up with…

nice work: Ed McGowan’s Project 365

If ever a 365 day project to inspire you, Ed McGowan’s 2009 set is one to beat. Capturing peaceful, playful moments and using the tiniest bits of typography, I easily spent two hours on his flickr searching through 365 days. It’s also a great place to waste time as you are waiting for the weekend to get here. Happy Friday!

Krystle & Ryan are getting married!

One of my college roomates and closest friends, Krystle, is getting married tomorrow! I love her and her fiancé, Ryan, so much, and I couldn’t be happier for them and the amazing journey ahead of them. It’s going to be a fun, fun weekend.

Amy of C Studios took these engagement shots and I just love them. She will be photographing the wedding as well and I can’t wait to see the final product. Cheers to new beginnings and a great weekend ahead. Happy Friday!

Blog to love: Here’s Looking At Hue

I’m loving Here’s Looking At Hue and find myself wandering through their color spectrum finding inspiration in places I didn’t expect. You can sort by color or scroll through the rainbow and I love the lazy load (which I don’t normally like!). A wonderful, growing collection sure to inspire some color in your life.

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CSCA: RoAndCo Studio


Meredith and I are giddy about hosting Roanne Adams of RoAndCo this month for CSCA. Her work is fantastic, clean, simple and commanding and I can’t wait to meet her in person. RoAndCo designs for the fashion industry with clients such as American Eagle, Nike, Refinery29, Steven Alan, and Timo Weiland and has gotten her tremendous accolades, including Print Magazine’s Top 20 Under 30 Award.

You can view more of her work on her site and if you’re in the area, come to Knowlton Hall, OSU, July 21st at 6:30pm to hear her speak about her life, work and her love of fashion.

Red Gallery Photography

I absolutely love the work of Red Gallery Photography. I wanted to share their amazing work because I think they’re fantastically talented and brides in Ohio (and beyond) should take a look!

Lisa and Clay are a husband and wife team and I love their style, finesse and their creative spirits.

Sneak Peek: McMullen Family Cookbook


I’m excited to share a personal project I’ve been working on: the McMullen Family Cookbook! I’ve wanted to try my hand at book design for a long time and I looooove food, so when the idea came up to do a cookbook, I was immediately on board.

My sister Kelly (chopping onions above), cousin Jen and I became chefs and stylists for the day and after setting up a mini photo studio, I styled and shot pictures of six recipes for the section dividers. I shopped the day before and day of to find unique dishes like the silver rimmed glass and salad bowl and used fabrics and table cloths from my collection of textiles as the backdrops. I wanted a more traditional, old-world feel for the cookbook (the cover is going to be a one color design on chipboard) so I edited the pictures to make them feel vintage, yet still vibrant. No cookbook should have dull pictures!

The next step is to finish the recipe pages and add in some McMullen details. I’ll update with more later this month!

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