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 muddy water, naked baby butt and tie-dye kimono made for the perfect summer heat session. The next day, we woke up at sunrise for a Ferris wheel shoot, followed by a mid-day couple’s session in the house where we were staying in and a KILLER family sunset session to end the workshop. All sessions were presented with a teaching breakdown of the inspiration behind them and how I styled the wardrobe.

We cooked together, stayed up late editing next to each other, discussed everything that could possibly be shared and dreaded the goodbyes. These girls will forever be part of my family – Love ya Jayde, Jamie, Kari and Elisha!

Intimacy has the ability to show up in every part of your life. From the conversations you have, to the hugs you share, to the unspoken energy. It’s there and it’s my favorite place to be. I seek to be in the wave of intimacy when my hand and eye meet another.  I seek to be in the intimate adage of verbal and physical transactions.