I do not have enough space to describe Reverie Revival. This was not a traditional workshop. This was for those photographers that truly, one hundred percent, needed a restoration of the soul. The term “be comfortable with being uncomfortable,” was never a Truer statement than this. We hiked and camped in cold temps, road tripped around […]
When an Airbnb inspires an entire workshop, this was it. A well-kept and restored 1970s retro home resides in Oklahoma and it even had an original refrigerator! So…roller-skates, vintage cars and amazing models made this the PERFECT 70s inspired photographers workshop. Six of us stepped back in time and experienced the most incredible nostalgic photoshoots
I kinda became obsessed with appliqués and styled an entire workshop around them. We had a bridal shoot, elopement and family session that included all women wearing the most fabulous dresses. I did surprise them with a fun Calvin Klein underwear shoot and an adorable sleeping baby session. This was also another really small workshop.
My inner hippy was dying to bring back a modern Woodstock vibe. The complete freeness that era offered was the feeling I wanted portrayed throughout all the sessions. I also only allowed 4 attendees to attend this workshop. There were four styled sessions, beginning with a sunset mother and son shoot at the lake. The
Reverie Zion was my first official workshop. I dreamed of incorporating music, an incredible backdrop with an amazing wardrobe stylist. This dream came true with live acoustic music from Art Cowels and Jarred Matthews (featured on The Voice), the True North Estate that was built inside the Zion National Park, cohesive wardrobe styling by Autumn