Monthly Archives: August 2011

Travel: Day 2 – Rio

Before the pipes in our shower allow water to escape the showerhead in our apartment, the pipes pass through icebergs. That is when the knob is turned to hot. When the knob is turned to cold, it actually snows in the shower. How can a county be so hot outside and then have icebergs attached […]

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Travel: Day 1 – Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

3:45am – Land in Rio 4:15am – Discover all 3 of my bags had not made it on plane in Panama 4:20am – Through customs 4:30am – Waiting for Pastor Ronaldo to pick me up 5:51am – Still waiting 6:16am – Still waiting 7:02am – Read a letter my brother and his wife wrote for […]

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Travel: Panama City, Panama

Here is the sky’s view of Panama City….

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The Cause: The Trade

The Trade is a non-profit organization that goes into developing countries teaching the art of hairdressing to women who have been rescued from human trafficking. It starts in America when established hair stylists trade their old shears in for a new pair. Those shears are then sharpened and then given to women who will be […]

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Fashion: Rey Swimwear

I had the opportunity to work with a few friends and on images for the Rey Swimwear catalog, a vintage inspired swimwear line. There tag line is classic…. “Who says it has to be itsy bitsy?” Check out reyswimwear.com to see our work & more of their styles!! Photography – Kristin Rogers & Logan Cole […]

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