Buy me this.

14 02 2012

(The cabinet, not the book; although while you have your wallet out, I would kinda like to have the book, too. And really, what’s another $14.91?). I’ve looked high and low for a reference to the woodworker who created this whimsically wonderful piece of furniture. How could you not smile if you could wake up looking at this piece every morning? This work of art graces the cover of the book, 500 Cabinets, written by Ray Hemachandra and published by Lark Crafts.

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Published!

3 08 2010

A few months ago, I mentioned I had a fun shoot assignment for Gallaudet University Press. Today, my Hearing Loss Magazine editor, Barbara, e-mailed me the link to this book cover and asked if this is the one I had shot.

Turns out the photo was being used for the cover of Sara Laufer Batinovich’s book, Sound Sense: Living and Learning with Hearing Loss, to be released in October! I think the cover turned out great—love the clean silhouette treatment of the model. I’ve been published on lots of trade and professional association magazine covers and interiors, but this is my first stock shoot for a book cover.

While I haven’t met Sara in person, I have corresponded with her via e-mail and have done layouts on an article or two that she has written for the magazine. It was cool to find out the photo was to be used on the cover of a book authored by a Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) member and someone I just happen to know! If you’re interested in learning more about Sara’s book, click here.





Elizabeth Gilbert on nurturing creativity

11 07 2009

Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, discusses the creative process and how to nurture it. For more inspirational talks, head over to TED.