Sunday, December 26, 2010
I had the awesome opportunity of photographing this amazing family. These are just a sampling of the many moments I got to capture. They truly showed a joyful, Christmas spirit.
Monday, December 20, 2010
The hairpiece I also made; the rhinestone piece comes from a vintage earring that I found in an antique store as well. I'm thoroughly enjoying putting all these details together.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
I'll be putting posts up periodically of some pictures I shot of art, street fashion, or just overall coolness.
But one to whet your appetite—I shot this photo at the MoMA. I love the contrast of the Chuck Taylor's next to the Christian Louboutin's.
Let's hear it for New York!
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Monday, October 25, 2010
Imagination is a powerful gift. I'm really trying to learn to exercise my imagination and stretch it farther. Thankfully I have good art buddies (thanks Beau) that always push me to dream outside my comfort zone. People like that make me a better artist and an overall better person.
Friday, October 22, 2010
I mean seriously, I've been planning my wedding since I was in elementary school.
And now I'm doing it for real.
Jake's and my wedding is a celebration of our love for each other and to praise God for how He brought us to where we are now. I want to communicate the idea of celebration to the friends and family that will be celebrating with us through the decorations that I am making for our wedding. So after many scrapped ideas and many changes of mind (yes, I am female), Jake and I are doing the most fun and whimsical kind of wedding we could think up. So as I create decorations and such I may post pictures on here every once in awhile just to give you a teaser of what our day will be like.
Jacob, I am thrilled to be your fiancee. I love you.
Our day can't come soon enough.
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Friday, October 1, 2010
Who wants to be ladylike? Not me.
For the past couple years, the punk inspired leather pants and jackets have reigned. Suddenly people are “tired” of it. Tired? I think they just can’t pull it off and they’re tired of TRYING. So what to do but head back to the basics. Mid-calf length skirts. Blousy blouses. Can you see me in a cardigan and loafers? The thought is laughable. There is a right way to pull off that look but overall it’s pretty boring and expected.
I dress how I feel each day. Some days I do feel more “preppy” but I always have some sort of punk element in my outfits. Otherwise I’m not comfortable. I look in the mirror and don’t see me.
One designer I can always count on to be true to himself and stay with a punk/rockstar look is Christophe Decarnin of Balmain. When asked about his Spring 2011 RTW collection, Decarnin stated, "It's a look I've always liked. I keep pictures of it all over my office." The critiques of his work are always so negative. But I’m one to go against the flow and stick to my personal preferences just like Decarnin. Decarnin’s show was drastically different from most other shows for Spring. But maybe that’s why I love him so much.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Our awesome booth that we created with all our little goodies.
Julia and me
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Hi. I'm Rachel. Artist. Fashionista. Photographer.
I love my God, my friends and my family. I love the fact that my God has made me to have a creative mind, to think the way I think, to be the passionate person that I am.
Graphiticity. I made this word as a fusion of "graphic elasticity." That's what art, fashion, and photography are about. Ever-changing. Always new. So what else is there to do besides start a blog and talk about the evolution of these topics?
A friend once told me that life is about the journey, not the destination. This statement has forever changed the way I think about life. Change. Newness. Creating.
Graphiticity. Ever-changing. Always new.