Margeaux + Frankie
The raddest and baddest.
We were inspired by vintage photographs, twisting stretches of Malibu road, tattoos and 35 mm bw film.
Shot on a mix of 35 mm film and digital.
Logan + Danielle
It’s so rad to shoot a love story through every stage. Not long ago, these two got hitched.
Now they about to be parents to a sweet babe.
A little bit of magic is in the air every time we all get together.
Shot on a mix of Portra, BW film and digital.
Caroline // Founder of La Divina
This beautiful goddess radiates happiness and beauty.
Her organic, essential oil blends are for skin care. They moisturize and pull toxins.
Just look at her gorgeous complexion. #goals
We love supporting those who love the earth and healthy living!
A free spirit
We met 9 years ago, when I was 18, working as a hostesses in West Hollywood. We were both dreamers with dreams that had not yet come true. Hungry for our art and more than ready to ditch our restaurant jobs. She was in the early stages of her first fashion line and I was all over the map with my goals but had a passion for photography. I had one film camera and one lens and zero knowledge of anything. But she must have believed I was capable because she asked me to shoot her first look book. Our friend and fellow hostess, Valerie, was our model. Somehow the three of us pulled off something pretty special. I still love looking through the images. Their imperfections so beautiful. So fitting. Like a time capsule of our lives. The grain, the scratches on the film, the laughing (we couldn’t stop cracking up), the feeling…
Kimberly had found her calling. Her talent and career kept rising higher and higher from there. Eventually, her work was published in magazines such as Vogue and InStyle, was worn down red carpets and runways.
She had formed the brand K.Hendrix and it was on fire.
The love Kimberly put into each piece was what made her work so unique. Everything was recycled, full of life and charm, never “perfect”, always beautifully flawed. The flow of material, the design of sequins, the cut and style…encompassed a style all her own. I would be able to spot anything she touched.
Even though Kimberly moved across the country and became a busy and successful fashion designer, she always made time to collaborate with me. She happily (and generously) shipped any piece to LA and cheered me on like she always had. We were bonded by our beginnings. I’ve loved shooting her work so much that I never even tried to shoot another designers work. I always wanted her beautiful pieces in any project of mine.
Sometimes she would fly over to LA and we’d meet up for a fun day. She would talk about her children, life in Florida, exciting new projects and dreams. We had believed in each other from day one. Before anyone knew what we had. Before anyone cared. When we were just broke dreamers. Our own style and talent hadn’t even been fully developed or realized.
I wish I could forget when she told me she was dying from cancer. I couldn’t accept it and wouldn’t let it sink in because I wanted to keep hope alive. I was sure I would see her again.
Kimberly was not only an AMAZING designer, she was a vibrant person.. full of life and energy. She was a BOSS and got shit done. She didn’t just day dream. She made it happen. She was generous, supportive, strong, silly and light hearted. Even when she told me of her condition, she was cracking jokes. Trying to break it to me easy and not dwell on sadness. She LOVED her children and for them I am most sad. I hope they always feel how much she adored them.
I want to celebrate her beautiful soul and work…which are so very intertwined. Below are some of my favorites from our collaborations over the years.
We will love and miss you always.
Some of my favorites from that very first shoot including some outtakes and behind the scenes…
Today is Pt.2 of our Road Trippin blog post. If you missed Pt.1, check it out here!
We continued our adventure and explored……
Coral Pink Sand Dunes
I got up a little earlier this morning and wrote out a detailed guide for anyone who wants to travel to these awesome places. And then Chrome just had a terrible moment and shut down unexpectedly and *POOF* it was all gone. So, for now, these photos will stand alone and tell their story.
If you are jonesin for a little trip, check back soon and I’ll get more info up. Or feel free to message me.
We loved the Navajo culture, people and land and are grateful for our experiences.
These were some of our best days EVER!
We would love, love, love to shoot a wedding or elopement in this part of the world. Putting that into the universe and to all the lovebirds out there!
Photos by Laura, Kayla and Adrian.