Monthly Archives: April 2012

I often pair a main course with a side salad and am always looking for new recipes to avoid boredom for my belly. And then there’s times when I am in the mood for just a salad (not often, but still). This green salad does the job of being satisfying as a main course if…

Let’s be frank here. Life isn’t always one giant ball of laughs. It’s isn’t always easy or filled with successes. There are days when you just. can’t. find. anything. to be happy about. I think as an artist I tend to feel a little more dramatically and deeply than the average person. I am generally…

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  • Iris Halpern - Your photography is amazing!

    I just finished The Happiness Project. I’m not usually drawn to these types of books but many comments “spoke” to me. I NEVER reread books (as there are so many I want to read) but I’m rereading this one immediately!
    I also find the idea of a Happiness Project group intriguing….

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I am super excited to have been a part of this styled shoot with some of San Diego’s most creative & innovative wedding vendors.  This shoot is also being published on the fabulous Green Wedding Shoes today so please check it out over there and leave me some comment love! Chris from The Bee &…


As a water polo player and an avid swimmer, water is a huge part of Maddie’s life. So for her senior portrait session, we headed to south San Diego County and explored Otay Lake a bit. The pastel hues of Maddie’s outfit choice and the backdrop of the lake gorgeously played up Maddie’s coloring. This…

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  • Jillian - That black and white picture of her in the water is so beautiful. Another wonderful set you have shared with us. Congrats to Maddie for making it through high school too!ReplyCancel

Sometimes when it’s warm outside you might just feel like relaxing outside instead of cooking in a hot kitchen. Well, that’s how I feel at least. And it’s times like that that I opt for a simple sandwich and salad for dinner that requires no stove or oven or even a lot of prep. The…