Clockwise from left: Traveling to the adorable Madison, IN for a photo shoot; Clownin' on set with Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips on a different photo shoot; Watching the crowd get their African dance on after (free!) yoga in Washington Park; Trying on some statement arm candy at High Street.
I've talked about Stop Traffick Fashion before, but one of my favorite memories was being part of their first photo shoot, when I modeled what is still my very most favoritest item from the online shop: the Be Loved, Be Free t-shirt. I think it brings out the blue in my eyes
Another day, another photo shoot! These images are from the A-Line shoot I styled for the January issue, with the lovely Sheila Gray as the model. You'd never know she has a teenage daughter--she came out of the dressing room in jeans and socks and looked like a teenager herself! Snappin' away at The American Can Factory The photographer for the shoot was Gina of Kiwi Street Studios, one of those multi-talented creative types who does it