Monday, January 23, 2012

Yes, I'm Atticus' Mom

Although subconsciously I don't want to be known as Atticus' Mom, I hold that as the most important title to me. So before I blog about my latest work, I'll share some recent photos of my favorite subject to photograph - Atticus.

Film Photos by Sophorn.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Tasted ~ Revival Food Truck

For those of you who declared New Year’s resolutions that have anything to do with losing weight or eating out less, I’ll go ahead and apologize. I know it’ll be torture to know how much you’ll miss out on the gourmet food from Revival food truck. I know this because it’s torture for me having to write about this review reminiscing over the tacos I had or developing maddening cravings just by reading their daily menu specials.

It may seem unconvincing how “food truck” equates to crave-able gourmet food, but I always imagine that without all the fuss of the typical restaurant concerns of dining space, large staff, and long hours, the chef gets to focus on the food. Revival food truck with their daily specials takes the base standard and experiments with flavor and adds their own twist to an original. Their menu standards are a soup, dog, slider, taco, fries, veggies and dessert. From there, you can literally expect your taste buds to be revived every single visit. If I haven’t convinced you yet, taste the food for yourself. The hard part will be deciding on just one thing to order.

See an article on them and food trucks on the Memphis Daily News here. Atticus almost stole their spotlight.

Revival Food Truck
Normally downtown at Madison & Main
Follow them on Twitter or Facebook to keep up with their location and specials.
You call in your order ahead of time.

Photos by Sophorn

Monday, January 16, 2012

Do It Anyway

Hitting pause -
One of my favorite gifts given to me recently was a framed quote by Mother Teresa that I'm holding close to my heart and allowing to calm my false anxieties. // Thanks Sophea for this gift and all your words of encouragement.

Brown Girl Dreams {Logo Design}


To honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., I wanted to highlight a budding non-profit requesting "dreamers." Lori Spicer, who I met through Dress for Success and whose busy schedule puts mine to shame, began Brown Girl Dreams to mentor and inspire young women of color. I had the honor of developing their logo allowing the idea of clouds and wings to represent the theme "dream BIG".


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I have a feeling it's already flying by like last year but here's hoping we find moments to pause. Only then can we recognize the inspiration that fuels us.
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