The Kaleidoscope Vision online shop is live!! I had the amazing opportunity to be taken in as a photographer for this boutique and shoot everything for their website, including putting together a shrine-chic collage portrait to boot! it feels so amazing to see it all on their site! It’s been two months of hard, colorful work and I feel truly blessed to get to work and collaborate with such inspiring, hardworking, and always sartorially on point women! Did I mention they are nice too? Excited about the future ahead!
The Magic Of The Magic Wand: An Idea I Have Had For A Very Long Time But Seems To Have Been Perfectly Executed At 1:31 a.m. On January 23, 2013.
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Last night I had one of those foolish nights of losing sleep, holding bad posture and staring at the screen for much too long but the ideas just kept coming and I was beside myself. Now, to explore and refine. Always.
Every time I can’t sleep, I find myself sifting through my photos from Iran, juxtaposing and pairing an image with what may seem like its destined visual partner. Although it may be a bizarre mix, for some reason, something unspoken about it fits or at the very least in its temporary state of brainstorm creates a departure point that seems exciting at this unreal hour of being awake. I think this process, to me, is the epitome of what Seeing A Camera Vomit means.
A couple months back in February, I got asked to do a video for Zara that captured the essence of Seattle and also covered their “Dear Seattle” opening party. Getting to meet and work with their marketing team was a treat, but even greater was the day me and my dad both played hooky from work so that he could help me get shots around the city. I think my favorite part was when it was freezing and I was getting my last shot from Kerry Park, and my dad tells me “I never knew this could be so fun. What you do is pretty cool."