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    Moving ::: In transition

    If you are wonder why the lack of posts, all I can say is, plans don't always go as "planned."  Even the best plans fail, and plans B, C, and D are met with open arms.  Thus has been my life for the past week, filled with minor panic attacks and anxiety over the fact of not having an address. So for now, enjoy my humble studio space.


    Engagement Session ::: Jehoaddan & Mark

    This Sunday my roommate of four years is getting married!  Here are some engagement pictures I took a few weeks ago of she and her fiance, Mark.  I love you my beautiful friend, congratulations King & Queen :)


    Succulent Sundays ::: My favorite kind of day

    I've been adding to my little plant family every week or so.  After church every now and then we'll stop by the local nursery and I'll take my sweet time deciding which plant to take home. I'll look at the colors, the shapes, the quirks that make them special, from the little fuzzies on certain ones, to the flowers that bloom off others. They're my semi-weekly treat to myself that never let me down. I finally took some pictures of them and while obsessing over the details, my dear one made the sweetest Pumpkin Spice Pancakes for us. I had ran out of milk, but we used chocolate soy milk as a substitute. Random combination, but delicious nonetheless!


    Wedding ::: Emily & Jordan

    What can I say? This day was filled with incredibly sweet, fun, and unexpected moments - - from adorable children with the perfect outfits, to eating In-N-Out in bridal attire, and petting goats. Yes, goats. What I enjoyed most about this wedding was that you could feel the joy that every guest and family member felt for this couple. It was definitely a space filled with love and I was honored to be a part of it all. Thank you Emily & Jordan for making me a part of your day. It was truly special and I wish you both the best, much love!


    Hawaiian Sheet Music ::: A Little Inspiration from the Motherland 

    Beautiful examples of hand-drawn type and illustration from Hawaiian sheet music the oldest one being from 1872!!



    Erin Hughes ::: Headshots

    Erin is actually one of my good friends living here in Silver Lake.  She moved to LA from Port Angeles, WA (where Twilight takes place for all you fans out there) to pursue a career in acting, comedy and to experience life in big, bad LA.  She's extremely talented and started a comedy website called Danny Marathon. She's done work on TV shows Flash Forward, Modern Family, and many more. So, not only does Erin have talent as an actress (and is extremely beautiful), but she's also working for a non-profit helping young girls learn how to make music. Rad! She's also a pretty mean cupcake baker :)

    Visit her online at:

    To contact Erin Hughes email her!


    Product Shoot ::: Tessa Kim Birdcage Veils and Accessories

    I met Tessa a while ago through a mutual friend and learned she had a business making and selling veils, headpieces, jewelry and other accessories. Her pieces are very beautiful and delicate and are perfect for weddings and other special occassions. Love 'em.

    "Tessa Kim birdcage veils and hair accessories is based out of southern California. All of the collections are completely handmade with the highest quality materials yet still priced very responsibly. The inspiration for the lines come from a mix of vintage glam with a modern twist, many items contain vintage accent pieces and are each unique. The line contains birdcage veils, tulle veils, feather fascinators, flower fascinators, vintage lace necklaces, dress sashes, corsages, boutonnieres and cocktail hats."

    You can visit her shop at: Etsy Shop  Or her Official Site