Have you ever wondered what a prop stylist does, or how to style a scene for your Instagram, Facebook or blog? Since launching my prop-styling and food styling company here in Montreal, I frequently get asked what I do, how I compose a shot and how prop-styling works. So, to answer all those questions, I created a blog post talking about just that. Here is a little background info on what I do and how to create a balanced, dynamic photo from the ground up.Read More
To me, it's all about the details, and sometimes just capturing the simple act of pouring a cup of coffee or the way the soft morning light hits a stack of fresh croissants is enough to inspire me and make me remember all those late mornings I've celebrated with my husband and my little family.Read More
'Gratitude changes everything' A phrase that is imprinted on just about every piece of packaging that luxury gift purveyor Teak & Twine sends out. And who wouldn't be grateful to receive one of their custom, and carefully curated boxes? Each box is brimming with hand-selected, beautifully designed products and an unbelievable attention to detail.Read More
Gathering around the dinner table for any event is something sacred and my job as an Event Stylist and even as a Prop-stylist is really to make that sacredness inviting and to encourage others to sit down and enjoy the company, the good food and soak in all the beauty around the table. I hope these ideas helped bring a little beauty to your Thanksgiving table and remember this little Southern saying: if you burn the turkey pour more wine.
This impromptu dinner party for friends was centered around a multi-tonal purple scheme. I have to admit that purple isn't usually one of my favorite colors, but there was something about these rich, aubergine tassels that really caught my eye.Read More
This to me is as much an ode to the onion as it is to appreciating the small things and the innate beauty that all things have. There are movements inspired by slowing down and appreciating the small things, most refer to that movement as Slow Living or Quiet Living. There are beautiful blogs and magazines like Kinfolk or A Quiet Style that are dedicated to the concept, but besides reading those blogs I'm not exactly a strict adherent.Read More