Ok, so Isaiah doesn’t really do coffee, he does hot chocolate. It’s his favorite, and a treat for him. We went down to the local coffee shop in the small town of Snohomish Washington to explore and get some bevies. Before I came, I picked up some swag from Zara Kids in NYC for them to wear. My sister and I went shopping in Seattle and discovered they have kids HUNTER boots. Isaiah loves his boots because they are so
Isaiah loves Nemo. We took him on a little hike in the mountains outside of Seattle with is mini fishing kit. Funny enough he managed to catch a plastic version of Nemo in a cold mountain lake. After the family trip to the mountains, we came back to do some yard work.
I think the kid could drop Magnum if he wanted but I believe Blue Steel will suffice for now. The thing I love about Isaiah is that he has no idea how natural he is in front of the camera. I love shooting kids doing adult things, and Isaiah happened to have a mini shopping cart that his Mommy gave him recently so we went down to the local general store with Little Brother and took him grocery shopping. Reese’s
Remember that time as a kid where life was slip’n slides, playing in dry riverbeds, and the like? Isaiah Loves his slip ’n slide. A little august fun. His dad also loves golf and bought him a mini golf set so we took him down to the local driving range and putting green. He looks like a pro.
Meet my ridiculously cute nephew, Isaiah. He’s a quarter Chinese and three quarters Caucasian . He lives in a small town in the suburban countryside of Seattle, Washington. Little did he know at this point he would be photographed as much as he has. It’s become an ongoing personal project of mine to swag him out every time I hop out to Seattle for a visit. This series is from a few years ago when I flew the family out
I think every artist needs a little bit of an Edie, Edie Sedgwick that is. It was one of those late-working friday nights, and I decided to pull out the movie Factory Girl. I find a bit of Warhol in myself, in the sense that I love to shoot people by just letting them be themselves. Capture their natural ethos, if that’s what you’d like to call it. The amazing thing about Edie is that she has a natural charisma
Where are you from? Warm-blooded since inception. I am originally from Miami, Florida … swamplands and flickering neon. But interestingly enough, I was born in my pa’s chevy truck en route to hospital. Poor ma. I like to think that this fact does have some kind of influence on the movement in my life. What’s your favorite color? Black. or White. Sometimes Gray … see where I’m going here? Where are you currently? Currently back in la junglas of Panamá
Coco & Breezy have been long time friends. It was amazing to collaborate with them and The Glamourai down in Coney Island on this fashion shoot to take it back. It was a mere 32 degrees that day and the girls were troopers.
“You must give up the way it is… to have it the way you want it.” In digging through inspirational quotes for a special promo project, I came across this quote, which really resonated with the way I see life, and have seen it over the years. I touched on this idea in my Transitions, Passions and Sacrifices blog post, but I wanted to expand a little and make it a bit more applicable to your lives. It’s so true that there
I love it when I get to collaborate with friends for a cool brand. Jasmine and I got to jet out to a beautiful lake cabin in Pennsylvania with the Burton crew and create some fun images for the Gwen Stefani L.A.M.B. collection. We chilled, and I even cooked up a storm of Tomato Kale baked egg goodness for dinner. Here’s an excerpt from over at Jasmine’s blog on coming up with the concept. Check out the post for her