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Curated Art

Designer and Ann Arbor local,  Michelle Adams, wrote me last year about the site Artfully Walls that she helps curate.  Anthropologie selects all of the wall art it markets from this site. (Let’s be honest, the past two sentences are likely to be the most name dropping I’ll ever do!)

She asked if I would sell photographs of my farm alongside a short list of other artists’ work – and needless to say, her offer just flat out humbles me.    But I’m excited to share with you the images that were selected to be a part of this curated art collection.  And my deepest thanks to Michelle for finding me on instragram, following me, and offering me this opportunity!


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Laughing Cherries – The mint and coral wedding collection

I was so thankful to begin working with Jessica. She is the American partner/representative to the Indian brand, Laughing Cherries.  Laughing Cherries is a business entirely run by women:  they digitally design the fabrics and prints (organic cottons and silks!), they sew the clothing themselves,  and manage the marketing and sales.   I love to work with brands I believe in!

This mint and coral wedding collection is the first of 3 collections photographed at our recent shoot.  (more posts and pics to come!)  They design and sell the wedding dress, the bridesmaids’ dresses and the bridesmaids’ jackets. (jackets!  what a great idea!  how many bridesmaids have you seen standing around freezing in giant borrowed suit coats?!?!)

Let me just give a huge thanks to my models:  you could not have been more fun to work with!  Each of you added so much to the day, and brought beauty, laughter and joy.

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Woolly&Co – Next Generation Knit Studio

“Knits that anyone can make and wear and love.”  Studio owner, Aviva, was explaining to me her vision for her new venture.  I, who can only knit in a straight line, felt dubious.  By anyone, she certainly could not mean knitters like me?  But as I worked with her and photographed piece after piece, I started to believe:  “I think I could make that…I do think I’d love wearing it…”

Highest quality yarns, fun colors, and simple patterns are at the heart of this place – it’s clearly a studio for the next generation of knitters.  I’m excited to see Woolly&Co. bloom and grow over the coming year!

Each piece pictured is a hand knit, and patterns and classes are available!  All images were taken on-location in downtown Birmingham, MI.



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