Wednesday, March 18

SXSW 2015 | Glass Is Life (FaderFort)

We've had the privilege of shooting at least 3 dozen Instagram campaigns over the last few years and I don't know that I've blogged one of them to date. Such a shame! So much great material. 

Here's from SXSW's #glassislife, one of the sponsors of the FaderFort Converse! 
I don't understand how all of SXSW works anyway, all of this signing up required (even if you have a badge?!) Weird! Anyway, so even though we were on the VIP list our names didn't appear, so we waited in line for a good 45 minutes just to get our STAFF wristbands! Such an exclusive event! Seems like all of these lists upon lists upon wristbands are probably more trouble than it's worth  and seems like this is the shorter end of line waiting for the whole week. C'est la vie. 

Glass Is Life is this awesome campaign that recognizes that glass is a part of our everyday life, even if we don't *think* it is! A glass jar with jam in it for breakfast, cocacola bottles on the table for lunch, glass vases with flowers in the store we buy our clothes, etc etc. The coolest part about glass is that it is endlessly recyclable! Hooray for glass!

And hooray to Mobile Media Lab for having us along on this adventure. 
If you hashtag #glassislife to your Twitter or Instagram photos showing your time at the Fader Fort, you'll be entered to win skip the line tickets for the next day! Hooray for no waiting!















Monday, March 16

Leah's Fine Art Bridals | The Club at Carlton Woods

Leah has so much personality!
Truly she is a photographer's dream. I drove to the Woodlands and back in one day to photograph her at the Club at Carlton Woods and what a beautiful day it turned out to be.

Thank you Leah for letting us be a part of your life!
We can't wait to show you the wedding 





















Sunday, February 15

maybe my words can save me | #besomebody


If you live around Austin, maybe you've seen the big billboards with the #besomebody hashtag. Did you know that it's not an Apple ad? Neither did I, until I read an article about it in Austin Monthly and checked out the site. It's world changers, my friend, just like you.

http://besomebodyblog.com/

This poem was on their blog and it cut me to the core, written by the founder, Kash. 
It's beautiful. 
I printed it and walked up to Johnny,
and read it.

And now, the resurrection of InkedFinger's Poem of the Week.
Thank you, Kash, for the inspiration. :)


Tuesday, November 11

The Magic in Cotton Fields and Horse Farms




" I don’t photograph much these days (for myself) , but here is a messy little collection of images I haven’t shared yet. Mostly work with a little love thrown in."  - Nirimi