I’m just gonna put this out there: I don’t like messes. I can moderately tolerate untidy messes (ie: clothes on the floor and pens scattered on a desk) but I can’t stand messy messes. You know what I’m talking about: food messes, animal messes, outdoor messes, etc. Even as a kid I remember doing everything I could to avoid getting my hands dirty.
Things haven’t changed EXCEPT I will tolerate a mess for the sake of a photograph—anything for the sake of the shot, amirite? And things DO get messy when creatives create! Thankfully, method‘s new campaign is #FearNoMess. What does fear no mess mean? Get lost doing what you love and worry about the mess later. I like it!
Unsure of how to fear no mess? Here are a few of my suggestions:
1. Eat your weight in strawberries while wearing your favorite white blouse. (Pictured above.)
2. Spend the day at the beach and bring home some (sandy) souvenirs.
My lastfew flowery posts have really gotten me in the mood to go to the Berkeley Rose Garden. It was really sunny one day, so my mom and I planned on catching the sunset that evening for outfit pictures. As we were driving to Berkeley, the fog rolled in and cast a grey haze around the entire area. Oh the irony. But still, the Berkeley Rose Garden is pretty under any weather conditions.
How many of you had high school senior superlatives in your yearbook? I feel like it used to be a really big deal back in the day (when people would marry their high school sweethearts), but now not so much. With the school year being almost over, I did a fun shoot at LightGrid Studios to celebrate those funny, outlandish, and sometimes completely accurate high school senior superlatives, vintage style. Can you guess which is which?
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