Karen Walker Ilona Royce Smithkin Ilona is 94, Joyce is 80, Lynn Dell is 81 – Check out their documentary here. Morgan Saylor with Linda Rodin Karen Walker and Morgan Saylor
Venice Beach! One of my favorite places here in California. It is everything you imagine and more. A melting pot of artists and counter culture creatives, first dominated by the Beat generation, home to the legends of Dogtown and still a frontier of social change. Grant Flanagan held my hand on my first street portrait […]
I am auditing Paul Meyer’s Advanced People Class this semester. Our first assignment was to capture 20 expression. My good friend Hanne Clarke was brave enough to pose for me. She is so gorgeous and I love it that she is not shy to play around with expressions. We had a blast! MUA by the […]
Meet Morgan! Morgan Taylor Berschauer is young, gorgeous and talented. She is doing her BFA at Brooks Institute. Not only does the 2012 Miss Laguna Hills Teen squeeze in a bunch of modeling, but she also is an advocate for the education and prevention of teen dating abuse. I managed to catch her just before […]
Just had the coolest assignment by the awesome Paul Meyer. We were all given a 100 meter square region to explore and get creative in-camera. I got the Santa Barbara Mission area and luckily the chalk art was still visible in front of the mission.This was a perfect opportunity to play with double exposures without […]
Recently I drilled a hole into my body cap and went to my favorite surfspot in California-Rincon and took a few piks to test it out. The images worked perfectly for an assignment with the theme ‘Depth’ I had that week. We weave along a wave, up and down, creating depth in our souls.
I was in Bali a few weeks ago and caught up with my good friends Rik and Kim. We met years ago in my boutique in Cape Town where they overheard that I was moving to Bali and they happened to live in Bali too! We immediately became good friends and have since shared a […]
Lately I have been looking for new creative ways to take photos and I remembered reading the blog http://www.abeautifulmess.com a while back where they spoke about free lensing. This is a fun technique where you take the lens off your camera body but hold it very close to the camera body. Unattached you choose what […]