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Recent Work: Veda House on VSCO Grid

If you’ve been following this blog for over a year you may have seen bits and pieces of my personal photography. Today, the photography you see are styled shoots, usually for a client or my personal styling portfolio. I used to share a lot more of my personal life on this space until I felt I was floating around in big ole blog land without any direction. Since a lithe refocusing on the blog, my personal photography has kind of fallen off the grid. Bummer…

I’m constantly taking photos with my DSLR, my iPhone and my mini Instant camera, so I felt I needed to find a subtle way to integrate it back in. A camera is on me at all times but I’m usually pretty restrained at posting this for the whole word to see. I’ve decided to take on a new personal challenge of sharing more of my personal life and jumped put together a VSCO Grid. VSCO is the primary application I use on my iPhone to edit photos, so I thought I’d give it a try.

View my VSCO Grid here. (this will be a permanent link on the new blog design so you can get to it easily with browsing through Veda House 😉

Here are a list of photographers that inspire me on a daily basis. I’m constantly browsing their portfolios to find new ways of capturing moments.

Photographers to browse:

1. Parker Fitzgerald
2. Olivia Rae James (our wedding photographer)
3. Andria Lindquist

10 comments on “Recent Work: Veda House on VSCO Grid

  1. Your photography is gorgeous! How neat that Olivia Rae James is your wedding photographer?! Love her and Carissa Gallo! I’m going to check out the other wonderful people on this list as well as your VSCO Grid.

    1. Thanks Angel. I’m pretty stoked to have snagged Olivia for our wedding. I can’t wait to meet her and just spend some creative time with her too!

  2. I really like the VSCO grid. I even recently blogged about it. I’ve been sharing photos that didn’t make it on to Instagram (usually because I didn’t want to photo dump), but work better since the grid is not a part of a feed. Mine is

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