It’s been a great year so far and now that we’re well past the halfway mark, I’ve been digging through my photo archives, looking back at what I’ve been able to experience so far. I’ve had a blast and my camera has accompanied me every step of the way. This is a collection of some of my favorite outtakes that never made it onto the blog, now getting their chance to shine.
Seattle is less than three hours from Portland (and where Joey lived for 10 years) so I make a point of taking a day trip at least once a year. Of course, no stop is complete without a visit to Pike Place Market.
This photo was taken on a main thoroughfare populated by quaint shops in downtown Reykjavik. There were stuffed animals everywhere!
The Palihouse Holloway in West Hollywood has the best decor. Gala and I have stayed here during two of our LA trips.
A boutique on Melrose in LA.
Sitting in Manoush in Paris…waiting for Gala to clean the store out!
Even standard-issue graffiti in Paris somehow comes across as fashionable.
The Palihouse, LA.
Wolfgang Manor, Portland.
Eyeglass shop window in Paris.
I visited New York in February on my way to Paris and stayed with Bianca. This photo was taken a few hours before I caught my flight.
Original Metro sign, Paris.
Joey and I collaborated on a bunch of themed photo shoots all over Portland for a big project earlier this year that I will be sharing more of soon.
A package from Eight Hour Day.
The bathroom at Hotel du Petit Moulin in Paris (designed by Christian Lacroix) was a little too perfect. I am still obsessing about it six months later.
Thanks for reading. Here’s to many more adventures!