Saturday, October 23, 2010

stop motion

Quite possibly the coolest thing to happen to wedding photography in a long time. I wish I had one of these for of our wedding day, the day Hudson was born and just one of everyday life in our house. My hats off to Bayly & Moore for this super fresh take on capturing a wedding day.

Song: Buffalo, The Phoenix Foundation

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


It was such a pleasure doing this shoot for the lovelies at Just Cook Already! And so much fun to have a photo published! I got to eat this soup after the shoot, so delicious and the crostini was perfection. Check out the magazine article here. And then mosey on over to Just Cook Already for some amazing recipes! Thanks Jennas!

Monday, October 4, 2010


I am absolutely, one hundred percent a huge fan of the Harry Potter potter books. Huge as in I own all the British versions (or as I refer to them as, the correct versions) and I subscribe to several online Potter newsletters, I have been sorted (Gryffindor, of course) and have been to platform 9 3/4. I have yet to purchase my own wand, but I haven't ruled it out (they are after all only $28.95)

However, I have not been a fan of the movies. In fact I have so vocally disliked them that my friends no longer want to see them with me as I immediately point out all the things they either added or omitted (read: HP3 Hermione and Harry and the way they portray getting into the shrieking shack, ridiculous.) And for the record Warner Bros. I totally would have sat through 4 hours for each movie if you had taken the time to get it right. And I am pretty sure I am not alone in that sentiment.

After seeing this trailer, I think they may have gotten it right the 7th time around. Ahhh so very, very exited. Nerd Out.

Also- in case you missed it (I did, I haven't ever watched Oprah.) Here is the lovely miss O interviewing the ever so charming J.K. Rowling, or Jo as Oprah calls her. My favorite part is when they are discussing how they are coping with their billions. I suppose it must be nice to actually have a peer once you are in that kind of income tax bracket.