Every now and then, I dabble in non-photography projects. Here are some tear sheets from publications where my work has been featured.
I remember picking up copies of American Baby magazine at my midwife’s office when we were expecting our first son. Imagine my delight when they contacted me to feature his room! Designing Graham’s nursery was such a joy-filled undertaking for me (though I am not an interior decorator as they label me!). We have since moved to another home and I still miss that wonderful space. Our second son, Rowan, arrived just after this feature was published.
While designing Graham’s nursery, I had so much trouble finding fabrics that I really loved. I finally stumbled on spoonflower, a company that enables you to upload your own designs and print your own fabrics. I created several designs for Graham’s room initially and have continued the fun with fabrics for Rowan, Greta, and ABP! Good Housekeeping featured my ‘teal chevron‘ below. You can see the whole ABP fabric shop here.
Our Lola was really my first “baby. Poor girl doesn’t get much exercise these days, but I used to jog with her several times each week. She’s a real lady, so I fashioned this little pet pocket (and tutorial) so she would never be without her “doggie bags”. A girl’s gotta keep her route tidy, yes? So proud of my weimie for her feature in Modern Dog!
Our feature in Today’s Parent isn’t huge by any standard, but I’m super stoked to have Graham’s room featured in a Canadian publication (he is half-Canadian, eh?). It’s a beautiful magazine filled with lots of fun tips and ideas and images. Wish you could find it on newsstands in the states!
I’ve been spending a lot less time working on fabric design now that we are finished having babies (and designing nurseries), so it was a bit of a surprise and a huge delight to learn that HGTV magazine wanted to use my honeycomb design in honeysuckle from my spoonflower shop in wallpaper format for a DIY project in their January/February 2015 issue. You can find it on newsstands (head to page 77) and even online. I think it turned out beautifully! Gone are the days when wallpaper was something to dread, no?