Marie Et Moi

Like my father before me, I have had a love affair for French aesthetics, particularly the whimsical designs and patterns associated with Marie Antoinette. Her love of pastels, hair ornaments, and pastoral leisure, set against the …

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The Sea Dweller

Editor’s Note: I shared this short story with you a few years back, but my full vision for the project had not yet been realized. With this book cover design, you get to see how I’ve …

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A Pair of Hearty Lenses

There’s something about the smell of old things — used things — that can be addictive. Perhaps it’s a person’s residual presence, the way their hand held that item for years, or the scent of their …

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Broken Foot Flowers

There’s only one good thing that ever comes out of breaking your foot, and that thing is flowers. Gorgeous bouquets appear at your door and greet you with breathtaking beauty. Meanwhile, you slouch unattractively in your …

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Petals of Gratitude

I know it hasn’t been that long since I shared my last collection of flower photographs, but I was inspired by a truly stunning Thanksgiving table display made by my friend, and florist, Anna Coy of …

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At Sea in My Creativity

Everyone’s creativity works in different ways. Some people’s creativity becomes a trickling spring after digging through a well of inspiration. Others take their dreams and turn them into realities one sketch at a time (Karl Lagerfeld …

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