My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen) My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen) My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen) My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen) My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen) My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen) My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen) My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen) My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen) My favourite instagram shots of the past week.
(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen)

My favourite instagram shots of the past week.

(From Top: @mackerstin, who has the dreamiest posts ever; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; obsessed with this label design by danielpatricksimmons; lenadunham; nationalgeographicmagazine; always so lovely, courtmoly; darlingmagazine; fieldguided; nicolefranzen)

A public service announcement for ADHD that I created for a crossover illustration/photography project! I wanted to play off the old commercial “This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs!” and show a snapshot of the mind at any given moment. A public service announcement for ADHD that I created for a crossover illustration/photography project! I wanted to play off the old commercial “This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs!” and show a snapshot of the mind at any given moment. A public service announcement for ADHD that I created for a crossover illustration/photography project! I wanted to play off the old commercial “This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs!” and show a snapshot of the mind at any given moment.

A public service announcement for ADHD that I created for a crossover illustration/photography project! I wanted to play off the old commercial “This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs!” and show a snapshot of the mind at any given moment.

Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :) Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :) Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :) Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :) Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :) Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :) Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :) Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :) Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :) Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 
This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 
This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine. 
Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 
(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :)

Here are a few of my favourite Instagram posts from the last week! Very inspired by the spring colours, hopefully some warm weather is on the way. 

This week was particularly good, considering the lingering deadlines ahead. I’ve managed to stay relatively close to a good work schedule (as in, I don’t want to crawl in bed and cry thinking about everything I have yet to do). I’ve received some really great letters, emails, and messages from fantastic people (sometimes I tear up a little thinking of how grateful I am), and I hope once school is finished to give each of my pen pals the attention they deserve. Additionally, a few satisfying FaceTime and coffee shop chats have aided my very high spirits as I enter my last (!!!) week of second year classes. 

This week I watched the finale of How I Met Your Mother (so many feelings), obsessed over these few songs (and this album), started reading this book, and drank this wine

Heading into the weekend with very good vibes. 

(From Top: witanddelight; vi_delight; awelltraveledwoman; annabelaly; eddymumbles; shinola; kalifornia-klasss; mermaaidy; isabeltrotta) *None of these images were created by me or are owned by me :)

“There were no sex classes. No friendship classes. No classes on how to navigate a bureaucracy, build an organization, raise money, create a database, buy a house, love a child, spot a scam, talk someone out of suicide, or figure out what was important to me. Not knowing how to do these things is what messes people up in life, not whether or not they know algebra or can analyze literature.”
— William Upski Wimsatt 
One of my last projects of the semester is to create a drink book, so I took some photos of juice. The whole process took a lot longer than I anticipated: prepping the fruits, setting them up, adjusting for the light, etc. Overall I’m fairly pleased with the results. (Still eating some of this fruit.) One of my last projects of the semester is to create a drink book, so I took some photos of juice. The whole process took a lot longer than I anticipated: prepping the fruits, setting them up, adjusting for the light, etc. Overall I’m fairly pleased with the results. (Still eating some of this fruit.) One of my last projects of the semester is to create a drink book, so I took some photos of juice. The whole process took a lot longer than I anticipated: prepping the fruits, setting them up, adjusting for the light, etc. Overall I’m fairly pleased with the results. (Still eating some of this fruit.) One of my last projects of the semester is to create a drink book, so I took some photos of juice. The whole process took a lot longer than I anticipated: prepping the fruits, setting them up, adjusting for the light, etc. Overall I’m fairly pleased with the results. (Still eating some of this fruit.) One of my last projects of the semester is to create a drink book, so I took some photos of juice. The whole process took a lot longer than I anticipated: prepping the fruits, setting them up, adjusting for the light, etc. Overall I’m fairly pleased with the results. (Still eating some of this fruit.) One of my last projects of the semester is to create a drink book, so I took some photos of juice. The whole process took a lot longer than I anticipated: prepping the fruits, setting them up, adjusting for the light, etc. Overall I’m fairly pleased with the results. (Still eating some of this fruit.)

One of my last projects of the semester is to create a drink book, so I took some photos of juice. The whole process took a lot longer than I anticipated: prepping the fruits, setting them up, adjusting for the light, etc. Overall I’m fairly pleased with the results. (Still eating some of this fruit.)

Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*
From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate

Some people see Instagram as just another form of time-wasting social media, but I couldn’t disagree more. I find some of my greatest inspirations on Instagram, and love finding new artists of all varieties to follow. It’s a great community to support and share work with a huge audience. These are a few of my favourite posts from the past week. *None of this work was created by me or belongs to me!*

From top: vaughnfender; @shelbhelm; @katebingburt; agentlewoman; designsponge; chloelist; jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk; @lefashion; honeykennedy; @the_esstate

A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!) A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!) A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!) A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!) A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!) A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!) A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!) A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!) A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!) A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.
(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!)

A bit early, but here are a few iPhone photos from the past month! Hopefully this is the last month of this incredibly long winter.

(From top: accidentally twinning at school; my sister and I out for a drive on a particularly sunny day; beautiful packaging by Beau’s Organic, shared later with a fellow craft beer lover; journal session; one of my more attractive breakfasts; trying a new whiskey purely for it’s great label; breakfast brunch with my little brother; mischievous Cat Stevens in a patch of sun; beautiful assortment of letters/postcards from friends in England, France, and New Zealand; the first hopeful signs of Spring, soon these will be tulips!)

While shooting in the photo studio the other day I managed to capture a few genuine laughs from my models! Every time I see these pictures I can’t help but smile. While shooting in the photo studio the other day I managed to capture a few genuine laughs from my models! Every time I see these pictures I can’t help but smile.

While shooting in the photo studio the other day I managed to capture a few genuine laughs from my models! Every time I see these pictures I can’t help but smile.

The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.
I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.
Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing. The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.
I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.
Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing. The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.
I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.
Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing. The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.
I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.
Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing. The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.
I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.
Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing. The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.
I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.
Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing. The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.
I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.
Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing. The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.
I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.
Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing. The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.
I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.
Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing.

The Don Nace drawing “Just Passing Through” (the first in photoset) has had a fairly decent internet presence for the past 7 years. The artist was commissioned to do the artwork for Across the Universe (2007) created by the character of Jude (played by Jim Sturgess). For this particular piece he wanted to create something that accurately captured the loss of Lucy to Jude, which seemed to resonate with the masses. He also created the infamous exploding strawberry icon.

I’ve been a fan of Nace’s work since I saw that first piece, but only recently did I stumble across his blog, featuring drawings he’s posted almost daily.

Prior to researching him further, I was inexplicably under the impression he was some sort of mysterious recluse who had died (by suicide, no doubt). Which was definitely a romantic persona for the individual behind these darkly beautiful drawings. However, I am fairly pleased to see that he is not, in fact, dead but definitely alive, and still drawing.