Paisley’s first stage.
November evening at the Conely home.
Heather and Steven’s wedding day- joyous, full of blossoms and sunlight- in the wild acres of their hometown, santa cruz.
I love this company. Not simply because of their deep friendship, but because of their dedication and determination towards providing beautiful additions to the home and person. Below are a few photo illustrations depicting their recognized vision of space in home and in community.
''Broken Dishes is a design studio and gallery in Los Angeles offering curated collections of folk design, including couture quilts and hand knotted rugs.
The namesake originates from the American quilt pattern and the tradition of kintsugi pottery, which takes broken pieces of pottery and binds them together with gold.
Considering space and art as a process, we celebrate sustainable and imperfect expressions of humanity—and the beauty wherein.''
you can check them out at brokendishes.la
Model : Christina Gonzalez Ho
Director Nathan William
Nathan William is a director living in Columbus, Ohio.
Both his personal and client work portray the grand, surreal world of special effects so accustomed to his name, and yet satisfies first and foremost the story found in front of him.
An interview on the origins of his creative work and the journey of faith that brought him there to come soon.
I’m ridiculously passionate about people seeing the fullness of what they are capable of when what they are doing is what they love.
You and I have so much love that it burns like a fire, in which we bake a lump of clay molded into a figure of you and a figure of me then we take both of them and break them into pieces, and mix the pieces with water, and mold again a figure of you and a figure of me.
excerpt from yuan tao-sheng's married love
Michelle and Joe joyfully expectant of their firstborn son.
smelly dirty dried crumbs of earth stick to the bottom of our family shoes. walking in the watery mud outdoors, now transform inside, dried and hardened, swept up once crumbled off. the shoes of our landscapes. smelly sweaty socks fit perfectly on napping feet. boogers and bean soup. the intimate moments ending in tear stains. they are remnants of our journey through love. cheerful holiday seasons embrace the remnants of the outdoors and the unknown.
A few Favorites from a favorite day. These two are simple humans but also quite other worldly.
Ryan and Amy were like cool stones being washed by the spring rains. There was no rain, but it felt like cool, calm water was rushing down and surrounding us all through the day. Their love is so refreshing. Their families so warm and kind together.