Congratulations to Proof Collective on the relaunch of their brand and website!
This was my first time working with a brand on all areas of their visuals - factory visit, e-comm, product flatlays, website assets, and the founders portrait! It’s been awesome being a part of the creative process , along with Chris, from start to finish and seeing all of the hard work of a startup come to fruition. Can’t wait to share all the pieces that they’re coming out with in 2019!
Check out their website for my favorite denim jacket and more sustainable basics.
A little time outside of the dance studio with captain, dancer, writer, director, actress Angela Trimbur before L.A. Municipal Dance Squad practice. Read her feature on MISSBISH and learn about her dance team that was featured in TIME and follow along as she shares her journey battling breast cancer. This woman is a spark plug powerhouse inspiration!
Black-ish star Jenifer Lewis is featured in PEOPLE Magazine to her recently published book The Mother of Black Hollywood. She was everything I expected and more - super hilarious, outspoken and a hoot to photograph. She can even kick her leg over that staircase railing! Still got it!
Thank you Joe and Gladees for the trust and opportunity!
Thank you to the crew for helping it all come together!
Photo Assistant: Ashley Poole
Digital Tech: Logan Bingham
Hair & Makeup: Valente Frazier
Stylist: Vanessa Shokrian
On the final day of Phillip Lim's month-long hiatus this past summer, Alex Maeland and I sat down for an afternoon conversation and portraits in his beautiful gallery-like Tribeca home. Casual and unstructured, the conversation spanned everything from Lim's upbringing in Southern California and creative inspiration to the changing face of fashion, the business of creativity and cultivating a new generation of young creatives. I highly recommend heading over to MAEKAN now to experience the full story including a wonderfully edited audio interview.
Thank you to Alex, Eugene, and the entire team at MAEKAN such a fun opportunity.
Joyce was visiting New York for the first time from Hong Kong and needed some fresh portraits for press. We rented out a cozy Breather space near the Flatiron and knocked these out while catching up over life.
Check out the recent movie she released that received really positive reviews on the indie circuit