Alt Summit’s over, so now what? You’re probably home now feeling like you’re in a weird mental gray-area, alternating from feeling utterly exhausted to completely overwhelmed and jazzed about everything you just learned. I KNOW, ME TOO. Keep cool and read on because I’ve got a few tips for your post-Alt recovery. 1 // Give […]
For my last Alt Summit Prep post I wanted to just make a list of my tips for first-timers. If you only read one of my Alt posts, make it this one. Prep + Packing If you never get a chance to wear your most colorful outfits at home, Alt Summit is the place to […]
Alt Summit can be extremely overwhelming for first timers. This time last year I was scouring the internet for every bit of information I could find about what to wear, what to pack, and what to expect. So I’ve gathered up a few real questions from first-timers in hopes that I can answer some burning […]
Color Lovers Rejoice! Alt Summit in Palm Springs is the place to wear your most colorful outfits and accessories. Hot pink, sunshine yellow, tangerine orange – it’s all game! I left behind a rainy and gray east coast Winter and landed in the abundant California sunshine with all of my most colorful pieces. The clothing […]
The Hotels The Alt Summit peeps knocked it out of the park by choosing Palm Springs, California as the most recent location to host the conference. The type of people that Alt attracts are drawn to at least one thing about Palm Springs, whether it’s the sunshine, the bright colors, the Mid-Century Modern vibes, the […]
The struggle of returning to reality is real, yo. A few nights ago I returned home from Alt Summit and I’m trying to wrap my head around the experience so I can share it with you all. There’s really so much to tell, so the best way I can serve you is to break it […]
(Because I’m a real procrastinator, alright?) Last year I submitted some images to the Shoot & Share Photo Contest and was lucky enough to have some of them place in the top 30% or higher. It’s easy to brush over accomplishments like this and assume that people won’t care. And maybe you won’t care. But […]
That said, my bright-eyed dreams of being a California girl inspire my art from every angle. As a professional photographer I can't bring palm trees and warm sunsets to Virginia in January, but I can let those things play a role in my artwork.
I tend to favor a mix of pastel and bright colors reminiscent of southern California and the 1960s, wildflowers that might have been found in a hippie's flower crown, and lettering that has a little bit of flair to keep it whimsical.