36 Hours in Historical St. Augustine, Part Two

There are a lot of pros and cons to being spontaneous. The great majority of the time, being spontaneous is fantastic; you end up seeing and doing things you wouldn't have otherwise and usually have a more authentic experience wherever you are. I love asking locals where to go or eat and it is liberating … Continue reading 36 Hours in Historical St. Augustine, Part Two

DIY: Fair Trade Trivets

Last week was CRAZY y'all. First of all, my one year old nephew had his 1st birthday on Friday night which I planned, decorated, and photographed. (I'll be sharing photos from the event later this week hopefully.)Β Also, I began a new opportunity working with a shop in Hyde Park Village, assisting with visual design, merchandising, … Continue reading DIY: Fair Trade Trivets

Branding and Blogging: EC.Creative

To go along with the recent theme of change and growth I seem to be experiencing, I decided to make a couple changes to my branding. So far, I haven't been as consistent as I should be with my pricing structure for photography and other services and myΒ brand encompasses a LOT of different things. This … Continue reading Branding and Blogging: EC.Creative

Back in the Swing of Things

Last weekend I experienced the "initiation" into being a true Floridian: bracing for the impending path of a hurricane. Hurricane Irma hit the Tampa area last Sunday night, and needless to say, last week and this week have been completely consumed with hurricane related things (and rightly so). Last week was all about preparing for … Continue reading Back in the Swing of Things

Penobscot Territory

Well this is it, the final piece of the Acadia trip on the blog. I shared details from this trip for many different reasons. Of course one of those reasons was to share some of my photos from the week. However, more than anything this trip was inspiring to me and I hope what's been … Continue reading Penobscot Territory