It’s almost 3 AM, which in Lucia-language, translates to afternoon time. I’m researching my interviewee for today’s shoot, while simultaneously DIY-ing gift bags for Zooey’s upcoming party. And then I decided to blog. Please, someone, contain me!
It’s also the third week of spring quarter, and already I’m missing classes. Professors, I apologize. I did this in high school, and I will continue to do this throughout college.
Anyways… I never posted my Spring session with Mia from about 3 weeks ago. She’s such a doll. I want to grow up to be 4 again. Did that make sense?
Also – I’m nervous for today’s shoot, but I’m never ever this excited. Shooting with Diana King for our fall cover… And oh boy, this cover is going to extra-spectacularly-wonderful. Here’s to hoping the subject likes me, oh I mean the magazine. Hashtag: #starstruck.
Working with kids is like entering an uncharted territory, which says very little because if you’re like me…you fear these little people more than anything. Yet so far, I’ve had nothing but fun hysteria on this venture outside of Zooey. Who knew kids can be so darn cute? Here’s little 10-year-old Kaegan in a Carrie Bradshaw (the PG version) editorial photographed by Kymberly Marciano for The Mod Child.
I hope you dig!
I almost forgot to mention – take a look at the new Zooey issue. It’s going to be in stores nationwide on April 2nd. I’m really, really proud of this issue and cannot wait for people to take a look (and buy…that’s how we survive ya’ll). I’ve been a fan of Mary since Final Destination 3, and was so excited to have her on the cover. She’s so elegant and poised, I can only dream of being that naturally beautiful. Hope fans will love this issue as much as I do.
Back in the Bay Area to do some spring
cleaning renovation on our new house. Who knew painting and landscaping was so much stinkin’ work? We’re on day three of this adventure, and I think I’d rather float in our green pool and watch everyone work. Yes, it’s green from years of neglect. We chose over 10 colors for the interior of our house, and all I can think of is sewing new chevron curtains. Really, they’re super rad. And getting our rustic dining table. Oh Portland people, I think you’ll dig my style!
Once we finally complete this monster, I’ll post up before and after photos. For now, here’s our 2nd staircase stripped of its wood coverage. I’m going to wallpaper the steps after we lay down the new cherry wood.
DIY-ing what I’m capable of doing, because my hands are not fit for making things pretty or making things at all. Dear God, someone just do it for me. I’ll pay you with magical coins and love of all sorts. Not that sort, you dirty ol’ fool.