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New Tumblr!

November 2, 2012 § Leave a comment


New developments have come into fruition!

I’ve created a Tumblr blog that I will use to post images primarily. I’ll be posting some of my work alongside some of my favorite musings and inspirations.

And of course, you can always see my work on my personal site.

Let me know what you think of it!


Fade Into You

November 2, 2012 § Leave a comment

Summer of Two

August 4, 2012 § Leave a comment

I present to you a most recent fashion editorial of mine. It was a collaboration with photographer Bailey Harada-Stone, co-stylist Lexi Tiongston, and makeup by Andrea Ortega of MAC. Located on the cliffs near the ocean, it was my last editorial shoot while living in San Francisco… onto the next chapter that begins in New York!

Be sure to stay updated with new work via my portfolio website:

Following the Breeze

July 8, 2012 § Leave a comment

These last two months have been absolute madness. Such a wonderful yet uncertain kind of madness.

I graduated from the Academy of Art University in late May, Traveled to Europe in June, and permanently landed in New York by the end of the month. This transition marks the turning of one life chapter to the next.

The photos below reminded me of the feeling of the San Francisco bay breeze… a coolness I would love to relish in during this hot and humid New York summer.

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Deadly Shoes

July 1, 2012 § Leave a comment

Deadly Shoes

Iris Van Herpen does no wrong.

Music: Que Sera by Wax Taylor, Reinterpreting Metropolis

May 12, 2012 § 1 Comment

Check out this Wax Taylor song and video, which is compiled of clips from director Fritz Lang’s 1927 film “Metropolis.”  I’ve mentioned the film previously, as it is one of my absolute favorite silent films for a few reasons:

There are scenes that still feel SO incredibly modern and enticing, the film has inspired wardrobe for numerous performers and musicians (Gaga included), and if you keep a sharp eye out, you will find Metropolis’s inspiration in so many more places.

Still images from Metropolis-


Alexander McQueen Fall 2012 Collection-


Lanvin Fall 2012 Collection-


Carey Mulligan in cutsom Prada ombre dress at the Met Gala 2012


Armani Prive Spring 2011 Couture

Another reason Metropolis is a powerful film is the plot-line which brings to light what many people fear- the power of the government and the loss of our freedom in our future. With the increasing level of our willing surrender of ourselves for social exposure- primarily by means of social networking, we give up a certain sense of privacy and security. I think the need for human connection and maybe even our egos urge us to go with it regardless of fear. Futurism is something many of us are fascinated by… for it is the unknown.  We can’t help but to think ahead and wonder. Metropolis was the first to explore it in film, and we will be seeing it projected and reinterpreted for a very long time to come.