Peanut butter, sriracha, and basil. It’s a savory Asian version of the classic that will not disappoint. We shot and styled this post specifically for our pals at WithoutWalls. Check our their full post here:
Blwo Up! was commissioned by Baja East to design and produce the set for their AW 14′ Look Book. Inspired by the collection’s concept of “social tribes” we created a surreal urban beach scene. The set consisted of 3,00LBS of sand, natural beach grass, succulents, and a concrete back drop to give a feel for a abandoned concrete hideaway spot forgotten and buried in the sand.
This past weekend I had the honor of styling one of my favorite couple’s wedding. Brynn and Tommy commissioned me to style the reception space and design all their floral arrangements for their special day. The ceremony was held in an intimate setting of candle light with close friends and family at Brynn and Tommy’s neighborhood church. Followed by an elegant dinner at the Wythe Hotel.
The reception room featured simple elegance of dramatic cherry blossom branches, wild jasmine, ranunculus floral arrangements and long romantic taper candles. After dinner, guests belted out kayoke hits in dedication to to the lucky, happy and lovely couple who we all adore <3
Congrats Brynn & Tommy!
We designed this custom black heart piñata for our fellow studio mate Ryan from Hello Mr. Magazine. The piñata was used to in a video shot in our studio to promote his Valentines Day Party! Check it out! Super fun!
Check out this titling I did for Jenny Slate and Dean Fleischer-Camp’s short web series Catherine. It’s so bizarre, I love it!
This summer we ran away to sunny Santa Fe. Having New Mexican roots, my spirit was set free at the sight of the desert and the presence of magic in the air. As any best pal, I was super excited to show Kristin all of my favorite places. It’s been a tradition to eat at The Frontier Restaurant immediately upon arrival. I highly recommend their authentic New Mexican cheese enchilada’s served ” Christmas Style ” with both native red and green chili. After feasting up an a good meal, we head to Skip Maisels in Alberquruque for the most beautiful and original Native American Jewelry in all of New Mexico. Skip is a family friend and respected merchant within the Native American community and only carries a one of a kind selection. All jeweled up in turquoise, we are ready to hit the historic plaza to admire the architecture and culture of the ancient city. Make sure to cruise on route 66 to check all the vintage neon signs and motels. Our trip ends with a long adventurous hike that over looks the city, followed by the most beautiful sunset we have ever seen. A little part of us is still left in that desert and we are dying to run back.