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Showing posts from January, 2018

Charcuterie Board & Burgundy Plaid

I can't believe the first month of the new year is already done! It's been an pretty packed month with lots going on but that will likely be the case for the rest of the year. I have lots of exciting things planned and can't wait to share it so take this super lengthy post as a preview of what's to come! In the moments of the impending wrap-up to a pretty successful 2017 project, I struggled with ideas for my next project. I didn't feel done with fashion photography but at the same time, wanted to pursue something further. I sifted through old photos from both Vintage and Fashion projects and realized I wanted to zero in on the props shots -- some examples: Shooting with models, going to various locations, and trying to work with what's provided to me was challenging in it's own way. But it'll be really cool to create the sets and have complete control over what comes out on camera. Kind of a throwback to my traditional pencil + paper d

Winter Wrap-up with Perrin

Please excuse the lateness of this post! Perrin and I actually did shoot this back in December when this post should have come out but the entire month was insanely chaotic with work and holidays and then I left for my trip (more on that later!) but better late than never right? Plus, winter is like, the longest season in Ottawa, so these outfits are still relevant even now! So herreeeee we goooo! Preloved Camel coat from United Colours of Benneton Vintage saddlebag thrifted from VV Fur hat from Danier Sunglasses from Banana Republic Scarf from my parents Knit gloves from Michael Kors Q: How do you stay stylish in colder weather? Accessories are a must: hats and scarves and gloves all add to an outfit.  But really, it's all about the outwear. I like to look for defined waist, and a high neck is handy too because sometimes I'm too lazy to wear a scarf. Ruched sleeves are nice to have as well, to block wind from going up your sleeves. For colours, I prefe