For this fun shoot I teamed up with Jessica Klein of Oh, I Design and Kathryn Yee of Bash Studio for Kathryn’s product launch of The Everyday Napkin, a hand-crafted napkin line made here in Massachusetts by Kathryn and her mother. I loved having coffee and chatting with these women! See more photos at Jessica’s post here: http://ohidesignblog.com/coffee-with-kathryn-of-the-everyday-napkin/
One of my favorite shoots of last fall! A beautiful, modern Boston loft with an airy feminine touch. I especially loved the neutral color palette, which let the view really shine, and the tiny pops of color injected throughout the space. Designed by Steve Santosuosso of Homepolish.
Full disclosure, I have started to become obsessed with my new iPhone. I held off getting one for so long, and I had no space left, so I had to delete a photo just to take a photo on the old phone. Not a great situation for a photographer to be in. So now with my new phone, I’ve been obsessed with taking photos. I was on a hike last weekend in the White Mountains and only took the phone, so these are all taken with it and processed with VSCO. We hiked Mount Crawford, a fun hike that was supposed to be easy, but with the snow it ended up being more of a workout than we expected. There were such great views on the way up, until the very top when we were supposed to see Mount Washington, and all we saw the snow squall coming in. But that just meant that we got to hike back down with big fat flurries flying around us, which was insanely fun.
Some wintery photos from one of the times I had visited Colorado, when we stayed at a cabin in the woods and took a walk at night just to photograph lots and lots of snow. I love embracing winter. If you can’t beat it, you might as well join it, right?
It’s been awhile but I’ve been really excited to share this one. I worked with Homepolish, a cutting-edge interior design company based out of New York, to photograph their first Boston project. It was a bright, industrial loft space, with a cute little French Bulldog named Milo that stole the show. See more about the project at the Homepolish website.