On the day after one of North Carolina’s rare snow storms, my sister and I got some warm starbucks and headed to Goodwill. We were looking through the dresses when we found a beautiful, long, red, ball gown.
I held it up to Hannah and it looked like it might fit! But what would we use it for? A photo shoot of course!
We had been wanting to create a disney character photoshoot, but had been taking too long trying to plan one.
After we saw this dress, we just jumped to it and created a Snow White inspired photoshoot in the remaining winter wonderland snow!
Behind my Mom’s apartment, is a path that goes through the woods and into an open field. We walked this paths, taking photos along the way!
I hope you’ve enjoyed our first themed photoshoot! Sometimes it’s more rewarding to just jump into your creation!
With one more day left in 2013, I am looking back and appreciating this wonderful year. A year full of happy memories and life changing events
2013 started with surprising my family with Times Square’s 2013 New Years glasses I bought during my internship in NYC
In January, Weston and I started dating
In February, we celebrated my sister Hannah’s Sweet Sixteen!
and I performed in Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance’s production of Legally Blonde
In March, Weston and I found Lake Junaluksa
In April, we celebrated my 22nd Birthday
In May I graduated from UNC School of the Arts from the School of Film Making
and moved to Charlotte
In June, my family and I ran the Marine Mud Run
and went to my first drive-in movie theater
In July, we took a trip to N.Y and celebrated my Mom’s 50th birthday with our N.Y family!
August was an event filled month:
An hour before we left on vacation, I passed my license test!
Weston and I celebrated in Savannah and St. Augustine
when we came back, I got accepted for my first full time job working as a camera operator and editor for a wedding video company
Weston, Logan, and I ran the ROC race in Charlotte
In September, I bought my first car!
and visited Atlanta for the first time
In October, we went to the Log Gap Halloween Bash, a Logan Maine’s creation.
In November, I treated myself to a crane
and the Maines treated us to the Eagles concert!
followed by a Thanksgiving full of travels and family
and I released my short film, “Little Theater”
In December, I had my first vendor stand at the Meridian in Greensboro
created a music video for Moby’s contest
and had a Christmas full of family memories and amazing presents
2013 was truly a year of great experiences and life changing moments. I can’t wait to see what 2014 brings!