Coral and Cloud

Trying to keep the momentum going with a few projects from 2016!

Last summer, I joined forces with local Vancouverite and Mompreneur Miko from Coral and Cloud to shoot her Fall Line of modern geometric handpainted jewellry.  The afternoon session included portraits of kids with the new line for the store portion of her website, delicious carrot and cream cheese tea sammiches and some fun candid shots for good measure.  Though the majority of customers are girls or on the behalf of girls, Miko mentioned that a handful of boys really loved her playful colourful pieces which obviously meant I had to pull in Momo to help showcase on behalf of the boys!  Here are a few samples of our collaborative work from last Fall...


Endless colour combinations mean there is not just a necklace for everyone, but multiple necklaces to suit every outfit and outlook of the day!  In addition to the her Doll series, Miko's also got some sweet chunky pieces for adults and some adorable AF pandas on the go right now... Current goodies brewing are for Valentine's Day which means if you are reading this, you are ahead of the game on finding a cute gift handmade for Valentine's Day and supporting one of the sweetest Mamas in Vancity!  Head over to CORALANDCLOUD on Instagram and keep your eyes peeled for the latest news!



Family Fun

We had a small shoot yesterday, casting photos for a little boy Momo's age.  Decided to take advantage of the set up and do some fun ones with Chloe in her snazzy outfit of the day...


This chick kills me with her crazy dance moves.  She is so easy to photograph with her quirky personality and abundant energy. 

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I let her try taking photos of me.  I wish I could show you what she looked like with the heavy camera in her tiny little hands, struggling to hold it up/straight/to her face.  This first one was awesome.  I saved her the struggle and put the camera on the tripod so she could take photos a little more easily.  


She immediately assumed a very grown up and serious voice telling me "OK, one more.  Go over there.  *Click*  Ok, come look at it... "  After a few norms, she started telling and showing me what kind of silly faces to make, still in her very professional tone of voice.


I found the remote so she and I could take one together.  It was only at this point that Moses ran over from his trains/Legos to have a turn pressing the button.  Chloe, as you can see is not at all impressed with having to share this new "toy".