Summer afternoons in the studio.
I’ve been on the road for the last few months and, as much as I love exploring and seeing new places, I’ve been a little sad that I haven’t had a single moment to get into the studio. There’s something really special about a place that's meant to be a home for creativity. Even if I’ve had the worst week ever, walking through those doors makes my heart skip. The studio feels like a blank canvas... there’s just so much potential.
After settling in back home and shaking off some of my jet lag (one cup of coffee at a time), my friend Kara and I recently snagged some flowers from Sarah Jane Camancho, owner of Thatch Floral in Seattle, and dragged them up to the studio so we could play. Often, I go into photo shoots on a mission, with shots in mind, but I’ve learned that it’s also important to schedule time in my life to just create while in the moment.