abandoned places

Come see us tomorrow at the Northport ArtWalk! I’m excited to be showing photography from my Abandoned Places collection available for purchase or just a look see. Come support local artists, and enjoy a gorgeous day along a self-guided walking tour throughout the Village.

Here’s how to find me, DUG, and the spawn, along with some industrial art:
{See how I bribed you with a cute baby? Or a hometown boy? Or Art? There’s something for everyone. Please visit!}

Sunday, September 28th, 1 to 4 pm
Northport ArtWalk 2014
Pretty Random Vintage  146 D Main Street in Northport NY

Mom always taught you to share…
 

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It’s time for me to dust off this little corner of the internet, because I’m eager to start sharing and community building again. There are so many changes around these parts, I can barely keep up. That means there’s also a ton of new inspiration, and I am anxious and excited to see if this little blog can flourish and find a place in this new life of ours.

I’m overwhelmed as hell, and I’m ready to go on a ride.

Mom always taught you to share…
 

This coming Friday, I will be humbly imparting some of my interiors photography knowledge to an esteemed group of design bloggers at a workshop hosted by Modenus on their NYC Blog Tour! Tina Ramchandani and Sarah Sarna of design firm Franklin Eighth graciously invited me to join their Day of Design, which you can read more about on Tina’s design blog, Life in Sketch. I am over the moon excited about meeting this talented crew of design bloggers and social media gurus.

You bloggers are already here for the festivities, and I’m reading that you’ve been Pinning outfits to wear and lamenting that yoga pants are not acceptable daily attire here. I’m gonna tell you straight up that even though my baby is 10 months old, I still only have 3 outfits that fit, and NYer through and through, Imma wear one of those 3 outfits and you’re gonna deal with it. Even if I choose the yoga pants. Because I’m a behind the camera kind of girl.

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Let me just tell you that choosing a photo of yourself is horrifying. For me anyway. Even though I already agonized over this photo for my website, I still had half the familia weigh in on which one to send Tina along with the requested bio. And the story behind this photo (and another I like to use around town) is that I totally cut out my husband. Meany! Right? Just cut him right out even though he’s fabulous and handsome and incredible. I’m awful. Luckily he understands. He says no one wants to see him anyway. That can’t possibly be true. So here he is below, in his Lady GaGa Telephone t-shirt and his Darth Vader sneakers, unless he makes me take this off the interwebs. Thanks, baby, for being my rock and always making me laugh through the best and worst. (cue overly sentimental gagging noise)

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Thank you, Hinkley Photo, for capturing this treasured moment during our engagement back in 2011. Back when this outfit fit me. Almost.

Mom always taught you to share…
 

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Some days all we need is a little change in perspective. Which perspective is more appealing to you?


If you’re new here, (or you just don’t remember because it’s been so long), on Wednesdays I open up the comments for you to tell me which view from a recent photo shoot you prefer.   And why.  I love hearing what you have to say.  You can peruse past Which One? features here.

Mom always taught you to share…
 

We are running a little late this morning with the tears and the oatmeal… And the little guy is not even awake yet! So here’s a sneak peek of today’s Which One Wednesday post to tide you over…

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Mom always taught you to share…
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