Sunroom Fall 14

Every season I look forward to teaming up with Lucy from Sunroom and coming up with our inspiration for Sunroom's lookbook. For fall we shot at an amazing location with some great vintage taxidermy and beautiful antique pieces. You can head over to Sunroom to see the whole story there. 

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Alyson Fox

I'm a huge fan of Alyson Fox and I've actually been following her work for a long time, so when the team at Camille Styles asked me to photograph her home of course I said yes. Her home is so beautiful, warm and full of life. She has a real authenticity to everything she does and it was really cool seeing that translated into the design of her home. Super excited about this shoot.

Ride through the swamp

This shoot was so much fun. We raced through the Everglades trying to beat out a storm that was rolling through. Special thanks to Alex and Danielle who were so wonderful and up for anything. 

Keys shoot and BTS photos

Growing up in Miami I've always dreamed about doing a shoot on the water. Not sure why I hadn't already I found housing for my camera and in early June we flew down to Miami for a little work/vacation trip. While we were down there we went to Key Largo and photographed Talia in the early morning when the ocean was still calm. It was the perfect day with the best team!

A little behind the scenes photos.

Driving the Bone Fisher to our destination. 

Sunroom Summer

The Sunroom summer 2014 photos are out! Working with Lucy- from Sunroom- is always so fun. We shot in this magical house in Cherrywood, that totally transported us somewhere else. On this rainy week in Austin, i'm wishing we could go back to the sunshine of that day!

Tyna

At the start of the month the super stylish and extremely talented Tyna came by the studio to have her portrait taken. Here's two of our favorites. 

Kyoten

A few photos of the men ( and Akita Baku) behind the East Side's newest sushi 'traileraunt' Kyoten shot for Tribeza's food issue. These guys were so lovely and the food super fresh and unique. 

Bands at East Side Showroom

On Valentine's Day I photographed a few great bands for a story in Tribeza on World War II-era music that's super popular in Austin. We shot at the beautiful East Side Showroom.

This top photo is a banjolin that belonged to the musician's grandmother Patsy. That's her self portrait and signatures of her band mates that played together in 1929.

This was a really fun shoot and bonus we were serenaded the whole time.