I recently worked with OkCupid on their DTF campaign, which empowers women to flip the otherwise derogatory term to make it something that women are *really* down for! One of my DTF moments is 'Down To Find Inspiration in Art'. I shot the campaign imagery at the National Gallery of Art with Arielle, and it made me think of the Museum Hack tour I did a few years ago. I still remember the tour to be SO fun and is PERFECT for a date! I decided to re-share my experience and give
Have you ever been somewhere that blows your mind? Its been awhile since I've experienced that feeling, but after yesterday's Glenstone Museum media preview, that feeling hit me hard. The Glenstone Museum is located in Potomac, MD on over 200 acres of land and is considered one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary art in the world. On October 4, 2018, Glenstone will be opening its doors for the unveiling of their newest building- The Pavilions- which will make
I wrote today's blog post a bit tongue in cheek, as a I'm taking the main visual of this post a bit literally <at first glance>, but I mean for it to be humorous. Over the weekend, I attended the Hirshhorn Spring Gala that was 1980s themed. The theme matched the exhibit, Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 80's, which just closed on Sunday. The exhibit featured famous artists from the 80's such as Jeff Koons, who also was the gala honoree. Before the gala, I hit the Hirshhorn
Last week I was invited to a preview of the Spirit of Autumn at the new art phenom, ARTECHOUSE. ARTECHOUSE is the first technology based innovate art space in DC. The exhibits are completely immersive and interactive with viewers, making everyone part of the art. The space opened over the summer with the XYZT: Abstract Landscapes, which I unfortunately didn't get to see. When I saw the preview invite for the newest exhibit, entitled Spirit of Autumn, I jumped on the opportu
One of my favorite things about Paris, as you may have read in The Parisian Dream post, is simply wandering the streets. Getting lost in this gorgeous mecca of culture and history seriously makes my heart soar. I could stare at the Paris architecture all day. The tall windows with shutters and marvelous entrances sing a song of wonder and charm to my soul. While walking the streets of Paris, I daydreamed of living in the buildings, of staring out onto the view of the city fro
Ok friends, the most amazing thing that has ever hit DC is currently at my favorite museum in all of DC, the Hirshhorn, and opens to the public tomorrow, February 23. What is this amazing thing? Yayoi Kusama’s Infinite Mirrors Exhibit. If you’ve never heard of Yayoi Kusama, she is a famous Japanese modern artist who is know for her play on infinite themes and polka dots. Thanks to the Hirshhorn Museum, I was invited to a private viewing of the exhibit last night with a handfu
Today's post is inspired by the one and only street artist, Mr. Brainwash. I have been following his work since 2010 when I stumbled upon one of his art shows in a warehouse in the NYC Meatpacking District. The old warehouse was converted into an inspirational, mind opening playground of spattered paint and unique pop art featuring celebrities, world influencers, and meaningful words. The upbeat vibe of this show has always stuck with me and I love the positive meaning of Mr.
Hola amigos! Last week I returned from the most amazing trip to Peru. There is nothing like a trip abroad to open not only your eyes, but your heart as well, to the world. One of my favorite things about traveling is seeing how other people live. Immersing yourself in another culture is very special and I firmly believe it makes you grow as an individual. It's important for us to know there are other ways of doing things and living, and realizing this and respecting other cul