It’s easy as an artist to get a specific vision in your head and strive to execute that vision in exact detail. But we, as artists, have to leave enough room for creative freedom in the moment – otherwise things can look contrived, forced, unnatural, which I was forced to face recently. So, a bit … More Creative Freedom in the Moment
Okay, so you may have seen one of my Instagram posts scouting an abandoned building in Statesboro. Well…so here’s the thing. While the location was prime for a great shot, there was a slight problem with structural integrity (slight meaning the roof was caving in and the floor boards were rotted to the core). My heart … More On Location with the Viking Queen
“What the heck is a deconstructed fox?” Both my model and makeup artist had the same reaction to this concept I threw at them recently. So, I’ll tell you. It’s taking a the idea of a fox and using it for inspiration. Sometimes I think we, as artists, put too much pressure on ourselves to “be inspired.” … More All Creatures Great & Small
It’s always a little scary and unnerving to step out of your comfort zone . . . whether it’s in your professional or personal life. But the result is usually worth it. So, this past weekend, your favorite candid photographer stepped out of her comfort zone and into . . . a highly stylized fashion … More Makeup Artists, Hairstylists, Models-Oh My!
We all have insecurities…let’s just admit that right off the bat. We all look in the mirror and see things we want to change about ourselves. I am always amazed that what one person sees as a flaw in themselves, another admires in that person. We each have our own idea of beauty and try … More Body Language