When asked about her jewelry line, Katrina Cordova says she isn't trying to re invent the wheel, she just makes what she loves. Lucky for me she seems to have perfected the wheel. Last Saturday I had the opportunity to photograph (and take home a piece of my very own!) Katrina's newest Holiday line. With Kate's fire red hair and gleaming green eyes, the two were a match made in my heaven!
Friday, October 23, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
The Lucie Awards took place on the other side of the country tonight but thanks to the blog world and A Photo Editor, I got to see the results tonight and I have to say, good choices peeps! A Photo Editor has the full list winners on his blog, but here are the ones I'll look at over and over. Thank you photo world for introducing me to the work of Rachel Papo , the recipient of the International Photographer of the Year, Deeper Perspective Award.
Here are two of my favorites from her website.
And of course the Fashion Layout of the Year – Harper’s Bazaar – Thriller Fashion by Terry Richardson
Does it get any better, or any more fashionable than Michael Jackson? I don't think so.
Sunday, October 11, 2009
I have been traveling a lot lately, even for me ( who can't seem to stay in the same place for longer than a month without going a little stir crazy). As I travel from west to east and back I have not only racked up the frequent flier miles but I have become acutely aware of the fact that I am a "window seat-er." I have also learned that I like flying west rather than east especially in the afternoon. From New York to Los Angeles, if taking off at just the right time, you fly right into an almost eternal sunset. Instead of the 15 minutes of glory we get standing on the ground, a window seat at 35,000 feet above the ground speeding through the air at 500 mph headed west gives you hours of changing light and landscape, cloud cover and colors... I have always been inspired by the fleeting. I love things you can only grasp for an instant, like a sunset or a kiss, this is my way of holding onto it for a bit longer, all while moving forward.