MOTHER DAUGHTER HAIRCUT We took a road trip to Nashville,…

MOTHER DAUGHTER HAIRCUT</p><p>We took a road trip to Nashville,...

MOTHER DAUGHTER HAIRCUT

We took a road trip to Nashville, Tennessee. On the way back, we stopped in to see Courtney and Lois in Chattanooga. 

⋅ July 23, 2014

some kids hanging out watching us shoot. …

some kids hanging out watching us shoot. #bts#setlife#nikon#dodge#detroit#basketball

⋅ July 23, 2014

That girl @scarlettroseturner Styling by @mobscura and clothing…

That girl @scarlettroseturner Styling by @mobscura and clothing from @gottahaveitvenice #sandbattle #venicebeach #california #sandinmyface #beachparty

⋅ July 23, 2014

#props #onset (at Travis Rathbone Studio)

#props #onset (at Travis Rathbone Studio)

⋅ July 23, 2014

Friday August 1st  Come out to Culture Brewing Co in Solana…

Friday August 1st <br /> Come out to Culture Brewing Co in Solana...

Friday August 1st 

Come out to Culture Brewing Co in Solana Beach to see some photographs – not on your phone!

Real life photos you can touch [with your eyes]

all while drinking fantastic BEER.

⋅ July 23, 2014

Made it to Stavanger :)

Made it to Stavanger :)

⋅ July 23, 2014

Raspberry Frozen Greek Yogurt

Raspberry Frozen Greek Yogurt

Recipe courtesy of Driscoll’s

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 packages (6 ounces or 1 1/3 cups each) Raspberries
  • 1 quart Greek yogurt (2% fat preferred but can also use full fat or 0%)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 vanilla bean, split

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Puree 1 package raspberries in bowl of a food processor. Strain and discard seeds. You should have about 1/2 cup puree. Return 1/4 cup puree to food processor. Place remaining puree in a medium bowl. Add half of remaining package raspberries to puree in bowl and gently mash. Set aside.
  2. Add yogurt, sugar and scrapings from vanilla bean to puree in food processor and process until sugar is dissolved.
  3. Freeze yogurt mixture according to ice cream maker instructions. Spoon frozen yogurt to a sealable container, adding fresh raspberries and mashed raspberries in puree, stirring to swirl and combine. Freeze until solid.
  4. Scoop frozen yogurt into favorite bowls, parfait glasses or cones to serve. Frozen yogurt will scoop most easily within 4 to 6 hours of freezing. If frozen solid overnight or longer, let frozen yogurt defrost slightly in refrigerator (about 2 hours) until easy to scoop.

⋅ July 23, 2014

Illustrator Rob Wilson for Welcome to Night Vale

Check out this great new animation by Illustrator Rob Wilson and Abernethy Media Professionals for Welcome to Night Vale.

Check out this great new animation by Illustrator Rob Wilson and Aberneth…

⋅ July 23, 2014

ADAMS: Lowe’s ~ Allen + Roth

Lowe’s has become a regular client of Lisa Adams recently. On her last shoot with them Lisa created some studio images for their Allen & Roth collection. You can view them in-store and on the Lowe’s website.  ADAMS: Lowe’s ~ Allen + Roth

⋅ July 23, 2014
⋅ July 23, 2014

LOWDEN: Babies and Children’s Healthcare

Scott Lowden had the pleasure of documenting a story on little Caroline for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.  After some challenging weeks in the NICU, she’s home and thriving with her family.  If you’d like to read her story, or find out more about Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta go here.      LOWDEN: Babies and Children’s Healthcare

⋅ July 23, 2014
⋅ July 23, 2014

Patrick Molnar for Good2Grow

Patrick Molnar recently teamed up with the Morrison Agency to create two ads for the children’s beverage Good2Grow. Check them out below!

⋅ July 23, 2014

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,…

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,...

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,...

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,...

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,...

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,...

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,...

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,...

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,...

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery,...

Last December we shot this beautiful book for Pressed Juicery, who’s tasty and healthy juices are sold all over the US. We loved closely on creative direction working with Ten Speed Press and the owners of Pressed Juicery, Hedi, Carly and Hayden. Without Vivian Lui‘s food styling and Scott Horne‘s prop styling, the book wouldn’t have been the same. Needless to say, we got totally hooked on the juices!!

⋅ July 23, 2014
⋅ July 23, 2014