I loved working on this fun collaboration with Heather Nan Photography documenting some pretty fantastic pink product ranging from a deep raspberry pink, to light blush, pruce, terracotta, and even a muddy coral. With limited use of greens, I focused on creating this tonal arrangement with Japanese product including the most incredible ranunculus, sweet pea, and lisianthus, paired with dutch anemone, and local carnations and majolica roses.
Compotes full of fruiting branches in a rich summery palette of blooms offers an ode to the season's best during this midsummer 1:1 with Faith Hundley. We made use of juicy branches, garden roses, coneflower, and Japanese anemone in our spilly sunlit designs.
photography courtesy of Mandi Nelson
Listening to Norah Jones and documenting summer's best with Jacquelyn Hayward. Gathered locally, this Apricot Series highlights July's bounty of summer fruiting branches, sunflowers, honey, and handful of home-grown garden roses! Pairing these citrusy hues with marbled tops and complementary colors leaves us with a vibrant still life of the season.
imagery and interview seen in Volume 03 of The Makers Post