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THE BOB…

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 Salon Concrete apprentices recently practiced their BOB’s by choosing an era and then modernizing it. Can you guess  which era they worked on? We had so much fun shooting this campaign and creating these images. None of these models were professionals.. Just everyday girls who wanted a new “do” by the talented team. Credits include : Hair and Make […]

About A Girl

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Before I moved to Mayberry rarely went grocery shopping. If I needed something, I just stopped at the local Bodega but mostly I just ate out. ( oh how I miss that NYC lifestyle). Settling in the burbs and becoming a mom has made trips to the mega food emporiums an almost daily occurrence, which […]

Love is a Battlefield

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As Valentine day approaches I am torn between the melancholy thoughts of not having someone special to celebrate with and the true reality of relationships.  I am no therapist (or statistician) but based on my daily interactions with couples and families as a lifestyle photographer, I can definitely say that very rarely does the perfect […]

Gray Gardens

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  We are in the midst of spring and everyone’s gardens are in full bloom. Mayberry actually looks inviting at this time of year so it seems odd that I write about a recent shoot we named Gray Gardens. This foray into fashion doesn’t include the typical Mom’s that I dress up to be fashion […]

and God created Woman….

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Brigit Bardot is truly the quintessential blond bombshell, a natural beauty, exhaling in every breath an  innocent sexuality. Unobtainable to most women (no matter how hard they try out here in the burbs) and a fantasy unobtainable to most men. I have always been fascinated with her. Not so much for her looks (I realized early […]

Feelin’ Groovy

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I’m staying with the Laugh In theme on this one. After we accomplished the “Goldie Hawn” version of this Suburban Bliss shoot, I took Kelly outside to a little corner of my backyard (mind you my backyard is little to begin with so you can only imagine the corner I cramped her into).  I shot […]

Sock it to me…

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Laugh In was the first show on TV that I begged my parents to let me stay up and watch. I was all of 10 when it premiered and most of the gags were way over my head, but I just loved the silliness of it all.  I don’t think there is anything close to it […]

Foxy Brown is out of town

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Vacationing with an 8 year old at your elderly parents home in South Florida is anything but relaxing. Really shouldn’t call it a vacation at all…more like relocation with better weather then home. Been doing kid stuff down here and there is no camera around my neck ( just the iphone and flip video like […]

Foxy Brown

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In my quest for creating the Bliss in Suburbia, one of my goals is finding the diversity. The first and foremost reason is so my son does not experience the exclusion of the typical white “burb” upbringing, but also because diversity is a major component that incites my creativity.There are so many film and recording […]

LA Confidential Part 2

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Change is good. I know that no matter how hesitant I am to evoke any in my personal and professional life. Seriously, I really am the poster girl for “You CAN teach an old dog new tricks.” Being a mother to an eight-year-old forces me to change my behavior, attitude and even my style as […]