It's December 31st. Which means its time to reflect on the past year!!!!! Hoooraaaay. This year has been a little bit insane. And not just because I'm me. I had one of the biggest changes I've ever been through happen this fall - I LIVE WITH A BOY NOW. I know you all knew that, … Continue reading 6ix Life and The Healing Power of Bunz.
FRIENDS. I promise I am alive. The last two months or so have been insanely busy and exhausting. And it's because I'm moving. Well, trying to at least. And I have to tell you, it's the worst. If you can avoid it, just don't do it. And I'm only RENTING. I can't even imagine trying … Continue reading Moving is the worst and I am tired.
This past December, I had the opportunity to collaborate with my lovely friend Rosemary on a project for school! We met last winter, and shot together in the freezing cold together in March for her previous project, which you can find HERE. We had such a great time working together, and the images turned out … Continue reading Photoshoot Adventures: Ladylike Portraits with Rosemary Adler.
The next month or so is going to be absolutely rife with excitement. It started this weekend, with a housewarming party and a baby shower. One of my bosom friends just bought his first place! Bought it! Purchased a home! A place to live!!!!! That he bought himself!!!! I'm not sure when we became grown-ups, … Continue reading Baby, baby, baby, OOOOH.
Spring is coming! Well... It's supposed to be, anyway. In honour of the first day of Spring, I had the privilege of doing a photoshoot with a lovely young photography student named Rosemary, who is currently working on her term project for the Photography program at Ryerson University. Rosemary and I are both members of … Continue reading Photoshoot Adventures: Vintage in the City with Rosemary.
This past Saturday, I had the opportunity to go to the Toronto Vintage Clothing Show, at the Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place, in Toronto. I had stumbled upon the show on Instagram, and knew immediately that I had to check it out, especially considering that tickets were only $10. I really love vintage clothing, … Continue reading Vintage Dresses and Hidden Treasures.