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Tag Archives: self-portrait
I’m getting ready to head out on a two-part trip that I can only imagine will be a-mazing. I’ll be going coast to coast and visiting two of my favorite places ~ Oregon and New York City! No doubt this … Continue reading
The Impossible Project released their latest Polaroid color shade film — PX 680 — a week and a half ago. I’d seen some of the beta test film during the JOY retreat as Andrea had some in hand. The colors … Continue reading
Install is done!!! I spent most of last night installing the photographs for my Reflections show at Indigo Bridge Books. The show launches tomorrow with an Opening Reception from 6-10pm. I’m officially giddy with excitement. Hope you can stop by … Continue reading
I’m excited to share a guest post today written by the lovely and talented Vivienne McMaster. Viv is an avid self-portrait photographer who is able to capture the most stunning photos. And like me, she is a lover of Polaroid!! … Continue reading
It’s mid-March. Whew. How did we get here? For me, it’s been a full 2.5 months since the start of 2011. Although I’ve spent a good deal of time lamenting the amount of work I had on my plate, I’m … Continue reading
I came across a lovely sign the other day. I’m always on the lookout for signs from the universe ~ affirmations, confirmations, nudgings in the right direction. This one was quite literal, but fabulous nonetheless. I thought I’d share it … Continue reading