We’ve both been caught up in a whirl wind of freelance projects, tight deadlines, and of course, just the right amount of travel.
Recent work from Michael has been the perfect transition through this fall.
Some places are so special - they are difficult to put into words.
We’ve been lucky enough to spend a bit of time at World’s End Farm - where It always seems to be the perfect time of day.
An exterior perspective of the Wharton Esherick house - caught in the dying light of Sunday afternoon.
Mikey and I married when we were both 23. Too young? We answer that with a laugh.
The past three years have been an amazing start to our life. Growing with your lover and best friend teaches and shapes you like no diamond ring or established savings account.
We tied the knot just months after moving to New York, and while corners have sometimes been tight, we’ve had no fear - no regrets.
Together we’ve travelled the country, launched both our careers, gone through some slightly alternative style changes and learned to how to laugh off our mistakes.
It’s been three years Michael - and based on what we’ve already started, I know there is nothing we can’t do.
I love you my darling husband - I can’t wait to see what happens next.
I shot these boots at one of my first e-commerce jobs in the city. I had no clue who/what Maison Martin Margiela was, why these boots were so damn expensive, or why the leather immediately made me want to stuff them under my coat and run (the smell most likely).
Three years later - trolling auction sites, I came across a pair in my size, my color, and my price range.
Here they are - direct from Italy to NJ.
Yesterday my dear friend Sarah swapped her last name for Woods and threw a hell of a wedding in Woodstock.
Ooh’s and Ahh’s followed Sarah all night - she glowed from the inside out. Everyone could feel the love, and the cool early fall air wrapped the whole evening perfectly.
We wish the very best to Sarah and Jason Woods. The adventure starts here, and we can’t wait to see where these two end up.
Cut glass, colored glass, enamel wear, and terra cotta. Vintage and new - from Mexico, goodwill, and the side of the road, our dishes definitely tell a small story of our travels.
Recently Mikey traveled upstate to assist Sarah and Nicolette of Little Flower School in a large scale arrangement class.
On the verge of rain all day - the sky held out and gave a beautiful cast to arrangements being made throughout the property. The focus was large scale designs, and the resulting work was stunning.
A warm candlelight dinner finished off the day - a perfect applause to the talent and spirit of the day.
Getting a chance to see your work walking down sixth avenue feels… pretty damn cool. A recent shot I did for Reece Hudson is scattered downtown for their first wheat paste campaign.
Although not quite a billboard - having paste ads right next to Proenza Schouler and Vince is close enough for me.