I still get giddy when I see myself in print! It's such an honor and I don't think I'll ever get over the feeling of it.
Sophie Magazine did a feature on the most recent Fashmob X-Something Simple. Three of my photos were chosen to be included, one of them making the back Photo Finish full page feature! SO cool.
If you've never been to or heard of Fashmob, basically it's a event where photographers, models, designers, stylists, and artists all converge to photograph and play with fashion. Lots of local designers and boutiques get involved and team up with models, make up artists, and hair stylists to put together looks for models. Then they walk around and wait to be discovered and photographed.
It's almost like a fashion scavenger hunt. Sometimes I'm walking around on the street looking for stylish people and asking them, "Are you a model?" This gets me some strange looks if they happen to NOT be part of Fashmob. But there's no way to tell sometimes!! There are some pretty fashionable, gorgeous people around town. Anyway, when you meet up with a participant, you create magic for a few clicks and then on to the next.
I always enjoy doing this event for many reasons: It gets me out of my comfort zone of talking to and meeting people I don't know, I get to work with new people I never might have met otherwise, and you really have to be spontaneous! You find someone, and have to look around for a place that works. There's no preset lighting or studio setting. The CITY IS YOUR STUDIO NOW!
So enjoy my Sophie article and some other photos from the event I've included as well. And if you're an amateur photographer or model, consider checking out the next Fashmob Event!
Models and Vendor Credits: Misty Brooke wearing Royal Peasantry with MU by Color me Kay, Christine Garvin wearing Honeypot, Jessica Lyn Carter wearing VIRTUE, Wendy Adams wearing Honeypot, Kayla Morgan Beavers wearing Carina Lopez Design inside of Side Show Sweets, Francia Laguerre wearing VIRTUE, Ella Marie Tretter wearing VIRTUE, Christopher Hewitt, Brittany Elizabeth wearing Royal Peasantry,