Rockin yet another #Obamashirt “Once you go black 2012 courtesy of #tribeaustin #picstitch 😎
So I was watching PBS, as usual, (I love their programming) and last night they were following the lives of a mother leopard and her twin cubs. So least to say, it was fascinating and inspiring. I found this piece of leopard print fabric that my grandmother once had and went to work!
Told y’all all I need is a camera…
So this is for all the endangered big cats, leopards in particular. Stay up, ahahaha!
Al Greening today!
Everyone needs love & happiness.
Make you do right, love’ll make you do wrong. The power of love and the pursuit of happiness.
MY first wedding [gosh it still gives me chills to say that]! It was a hooooot day in July with temperatures stifling around the mid 90’s. The family wanted to go with a vintage, Western theme and I must say it was quite creative. The bride had a custom made dress that featured fine, cream lace that centered the theme of the wedding. The entire wedding party included the children in the family. The junior bridesmaids also had their dresses custom made in a soft, pastel palette. The ring bearers toted plastic shot guns that had the rings dangling from the end with string. I spent a lot of time with the family of the bride and groom and I enjoyed their company! I love taking pictures of people and I enjoying spending time with good people even more. Here is a documentation of the events leading up to the big day, including bridal shots and wedding rehearsal. Wedding shots above. Enjoy :)
A little photo fun/ modeling with a beautiful Dominican sista! #dominicangirls #beautifulgirl #tribaljewelry #picstitch #mtbonnell #ut #hookem #hadewumi
Last nights PBS Leopard documentary got me motivated. #leopardprint #blackmodel YAH!
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaannd here’s the wedding! :)
SXSW 2012! What an amazing experience of live entertainment; I haven’t been to a music festival with that much culture since the Dallas Black Arts Music Festival in the 90’s. Unfortunately, I wasn’t admitted into any of the official SXSW events but I was fortunate enough to experience the unofficial SX. I met plenty of interesting people on the street and heard the sound of music clash across the airways of downtown. This year, I plan on volunteering at the event and hopefully I’m able to document my experience in its entirety! Stay tuned :)