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Photography has no doubt been the theme of this blog... the reason this blog began actually, but of course life tends to deviate into new beginnings and here we are today with an amorphous fashion-photography-social good-musings-travel blog of mine. 


And that's okay. But back to the photography. It's one of those things that life is hard to image with out. Looking back now I saw the photographer roots beginning early, from posing my creepy dolls and capturing what we can call Barbie Vogue with my first digital camera at age 8, which evolved into what I like to call the "Photobucket/Myspace" photography of middle school think scrabble letters forming cheesy to max words such as love, like, laugh (ha) to humble beginnings in my backyard.

Except I still shoot there all the time. 

And between those years as an awkward 7th grader to a freshman in college, I'm proud to see where photography has taken me, from Downtown LA ArtWalk, to this blog in essence, to meeting a countless number similar creatives, like those at the recent Concept Collaboration event spearheaded by the amazingly charming David Talley. Boy I'm glad I went... Dresses hanging in the lush, finding the perfect destroyed vintage chair to go along with our prop of a vintage television, flowing gowns, smoke bombs, and some more flowy gowns. A whimsical style photographer like me was fan girling on the inside like the 7th grade me would have probably fangirled at the sight of Joe Jonas... or whatever was the equivalent at the time.

So here's a set of photos from that day that I'm particularly very happy with from that day. Concept Collaboration lead me to do what I've meaning to do a lot more with my photographer work: not only capture, but to create. 

Enjoy, dear viewers xx



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20 comments

  1. Looks Stunning babe's

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  2. I'm loving the pictures! You did a great job <3 The Vintage chair and the dresses hanging on the tree are great creative ideas..

    xx Stefanie
    http://www.thefashionrose.com/

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  3. Thanks Stefanie, it sure was dreamy :D

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  4. this is INCREDIBLE. I am in awe still. Can only imagine how much effort you put into this, amazing artistry and well done! x


    www.chloecake.blogspot.com

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  5. Awhh thank you Chloe, I appreciate it!! xx

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  6. Absolutely incredible - I have no words!

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  7. Thanks Rowan! xoxo

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  8. The light in the picture with the chair is simply magical. Wonderful series!
    xx
    www.fuss.co.in

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  9. Thank you Rhea! ♥ xx

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  10. Breathtaking photography. This is so unique! I love it.

    Nicole
    www.nicolegramcko.com

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  11. lovely!!!


    Rosemond
    www.bighairandbooks.blogspot.com

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  12. Wow wow wow - amazing photos

    Krissie x - http;//pearlsofstyle.blogspot.com

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  13. auughhh hands down best photographer ever!! NO JOKE <3

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  14. I love your work. It's so pretty.

    http://www.dianavilic.com/

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  15. Thanks Diana! Stay tuned for new work being post soon xx :)

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  16. this is absolutely breathtaking! you are an amazing photographer!
    xo
    Orly
    coffeebeansandhighheels.com

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  17. Yes, Aditi, most definitely inspired. Create, not just capture. I will have to take note on this point. I don't really know how to put this blog post in words, at times, they are surreal and extremely beautiful, super gorgeous in fact, perhaps haunting to the point of a little scary for me. Maybe it's just me. I have never been a huge fan of horror film (very chicken of me, ahaha!).


    Having said that, most definitely inspiring and magical. I admire those who push the limits in their creative work and believe in their work so much to the point that one does not need to even explain the reasons why one is doing so. I love that and creative work like photography is meant to be appreciated in a subjective manner.


    Cheers,
    Jeann | LUMINNEJ

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  18. Thanks Jeann! I definitely love pushing my creative boundaries, and individuals like you who give me feedback and spark discussions are among my favorite reasons why! :)

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