2020: Emotional Motion Sickness

Bri Photography Florida

When I think about my life as a whole, I see myself as one of those Russian nesting dolls. Each season of my life has its own unique costume, and when that time is over, it gets placed inside the stack of other selves I’ve embodied throughout the years. If this is true, what would … Read more

Savannah Bee Company // Fall recipes

Savannah Bee Company Fall Recipes

I know you’ve probably well moved onto Christmas by now, but the truth is, it’s still Fall! And if you’re a lover of all things autumnal, I’ve got quite a visual treat for you here on the blog today. I’m featuring images from my recent shoot with Savannah Bee Company. When Savannah Bee reached out, … Read more

The 2020 Small Business Gift Holiday Guide

Savannah bee company honey sampler

It’s arguably more important this year than ever to shop small. Our beloved entrepreneurs have been rocked and wrecked by all the uncertainty and chaos of 2020, and many makers and sellers rely on the holiday shopping season to float their profits for the entire year. It’s no secret that I love entrepreneurship and whole … Read more

Poolside with Redland Cotton + The Park SSI

The Park SSI

Fun fact about me, I come from a long line of Alabama farmers! Strawberries, peanuts, and cotton, most specifically. And Alabama is long hailed for its cotton. I grew up playing in bins of the fluffy stuff, and I can still remember exactly how it smells. So when I reconnected with Carolyn Sutton of Carolyn … Read more

The Reckless Art of Letting Go

In writing about this past year, where do I begin? Should I start with the home-shattering conflict that led to a dismal, lonely, and grief-filled holiday season and many sleepless nights for my household?  Maybe it’s better if I start with the scene where I’m crying alone in the public bathroom of the nicest hotel … Read more

Creative Candles Summer 2020 Collection with Atlanta Interior Designer Steve McKenzie

Trader Joe's tablescape

Now that we’re all spending much more time at home, curating an inspiring, warm, and beautiful space is perhaps more important than ever. Every time I visit Steve and Jill McKenzie’s Atlanta highrise, I’m inspired by their ability to design a thoughtful, comfortable, and highly personalized space. When this spring when Steve asked if I … Read more