Not leaving the house is hard , but taking self portraits is way harder in my opinion. I loved the setup that I had for Hannah and I had to copy it for myself. The shots that I did with Louie were quite difficult; but then again, he is a difficult kitty sometimes anyway.
I hope you all are staying safe and healthy out there!
My mom and I took a girls trip to NYC to celebrate graduation and my birthday. I know, it's March. BUT this was the first time that the both of us could get away. We stayed almost on Broadway and walked literally everywhere.
We did a lot of the artsy tourist things and of course went to Tiffany's and the color factory (post on that next week!). The only thing that we couldn't do was see Beetlejuice on Broadway because they closed it a couple of hours before our show.
I want to go back and if you have any suggestions of places to hit next time, let me know!!! But for now, enjoy some photos (creds to mom for photo of me <3)
This GORGEOUS lady wanted to do an indoor modeling session and I am head over heels in love with these! The moment she walked into my makeshift studio, she commented on all of my plants and so we incorporated them. I think that I will be shooting with my plants more often now.
The makeshift studio from this shoot was created by a Walmart black out white curtain and plants (some of which are also from Walmart).
I would like to take this week's blog post to give a shout out to my adorable chef of a boyfriend. Somehow, I have convinced him to keep me for a whole year as of last week. He is a food science major at Clemson University and is one of the best cooks ever. He is also one of the sweetest men I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. I mean, come on, he provides snacks at most times of the day!
Here are two photos that I have taken on my film camera of my weirdo.