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Work // Ball Tracer Dummy Photo Shoot

A few weeks ago, my friend Josh Anderson (you remember him from the podcast, right?) reached out with an interesting concept for a photo shoot: ballistics and martial arts. Josh likes weird stuff, and after years of styling relatively tame editorials for a mainstream audience, it was fun to push the boundaries a bit. The process As soon as I saw the mood board Josh put together, my brain immediately went into Producer mode: We needed people

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Giveaway // Win $250 to Shop at Simon Premium Outlets!

One sunny Saturday morning, the Thread Cincinnati babes headed to Premium Outlets for an early shopping spree. The team at Simon (which owns the outlet) had invited us for mimosas and shopping, and we were more than happy to oblige! J. Crew and Nine West were sweet enough to open early for us, and we spent some time browsing for cozy fall sweaters and chicover-the-knee boots before I made a beeline for the BCBG Factory Store

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31 Resources for Visual Inspiration

A lot of creative types claim they don't enjoy planning, but gathering inspiration is one of the best parts of the pre-production process, I promise. When I'm producing photo shoots, putting together the creative direction is not only fun, but useful: it helps me hone in on a vision, acts as a trigger for new ideas, and provides examples of lighting and composition, which make it much easier to communicate with the client and crew. Thank

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Style // Dress Karma

When you find the right dress, it's meant to be. I tried on this Karlie dress at a Thread x Pretty Pony Boutique event a year ago and loved it, but wasn't really sure I had an occasion to wear it. Flash forward to the Dressing Downton event at the Taft Museum, where Pretty Pony had a booth. Owner Cassie Kathman recognized me and remembered the dress, noting that she still had one in my

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