Aaaaaand I’m turning into a human map.
“I can’t believe Ratatouille was filmed here” – @im_ana_boat
There are many a thing I love about my dear Italy. Its wifi strength is not one of them.
A few weeks ago I enlisted my fellow SMUStylist Taylor Lewis to attempt to make me look good on film, for professional purposes of course (new profile picture on every social media outlet is a bonus). I think he did a pretty darn good job; the glamour shot has officially been brought into the 21st century. Thankfully the 80s perm has not.
I spent my day wandering around the shops on the famous Worth Avenue in the heart of West Palm Beach and snapping too many pictures along the way. Exploring new cities is always invigorating; little life moments and mini-piphanies hide around each corner. Next project: DIY a cute camera strap so I don’t look so terribly touristy.
When I move to New York, I will only purchase my groceries at Eataly (and more than likely an atrocious amount of Seamless). When you can’t afford a couple thousand dollar trip across the pond, spend an afternoon wandering through the aisles of Eataly NYC, and all will be right with the world. Prepping myself for my five week adventure in Italy this coming June – if I come back and still fit into my clothes, something went wrong.
Still trying to figure out the ins and outs of my camera in the limited free time I’ve had to use it; these are some shots from my Christmas nest on Anthony Lake in southern Arkansas. Learning is a process, people. Enjoy!
Since March of 2014, Vogue has been creating a series of videos that use a single shot to capture celebrities’ responses to 73 questions. Some of the moments will give you secondhand awkwardness a la the bad acting, but for the most part, the interviews are full of fun, interesting tidbits about the interviewee.