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Friday, June 26, 2015

Rand Renfrow + Pattern

For Mokuyobi's Spring 15 line I worked with amazing artist and good friend Rand Renfrow! He made a pattern design entitled 'Tea Party' which I used on a 5 panel hat and a Philip Pouch fanny pack for Summer '15. Check out some of the work from his website below and his illustrated pattern in action on the bottom of this post!

'Tea Party' by Rand Renfrow for Mokuyobi

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Summer Fanny Pack

The perfect summer accessory: The Fanny Pack! A new addition to the Mokuyobi line, a small fanny pack that is the perfect size to keep you hands free when you're out and about with your essential keys, phone, and wallet. Features an adjustable strap and side release buckle. Available in 5 prints in limited runs so act fast to snag your fave print at

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Mowgli Swim

I photographed a shoot for Mowgli's new women's swim line with the amazing Kylie Hannah! It was a blast! Their new styles include something for everyone with one piece suits displaying amazing airbrush, tie dye, and dip dye designs as well some sporty style two piece suits and a triangle bikini style with more rad dye processes including a coral/purple marble dye. You can check out the entire swim line on their site at!

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Golden Birthday Card

Every year I send my good friend Dustin a birthday card. He is exactly one month older than me. I like to make him a little something fun each year and this year was especially special because it's both of our Golden birthdays. If you are unaware, a Golden birthday is when you turn the age of the day of the month you were born on and for both of us that is 28 because we were born on the 28th or our respective months. It's not as exciting for people who were born in the beginning of the month and most of the time they are unaware of this fun birthday bonus but I've been waiting 28 years for this one so I'm pretty pumped. It's my lucky number!

I started with a metallic golden paper which I cut into card size and folded in half. Then I used a x-acto knife to cut out the number 28, a party hat, and a bunch of confetti shapes which I filled with colored paper by taping it to the back of the card. I made the party hat stripey and cut some fun drip shapes for the number cut out. I packed it super securely in a mailing folder and covered it in colorful washi tape. Check out the work in progress and final photos. I had a good time making this! Although reflective surfaces are certainly a challenge to photograph!