A few weeks ago I flew up to NYC for a engagement session. I was only there about 2 1/2 days…but covered a lot of ground  ;-)

Some trip highlights:

- learning archery at a women’s college in Brooklyn
- eating dim sum at Jing Fong in Chinatown
- seeing the view from the ESB
- seeing the Brooklyn Bridge for the 1st time
- eating….eating…and more eating

Jade and Jim and their daughter Chloe were AMAZING hosts and I had such a fun time getting to know them and exploring the city. Here are a few of my favorites from their New York City Engagement session.

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  • Jade Smith - Paige you rock! Can’t wait to have you back in NYC because we have so much more eating to do!ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn Carroll McCrary - gorgeous!!!ReplyCancel

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  • Sarah Gardner - Your photo’s are so beautiful!ReplyCancel

…along with every other city I visit

but seriously. I have a problem. I wanna move to every place I visit.

okay okay, I may be exaggerating…butttt I’m not gonna lie. I totally looked at trulia & zillow for houses in Seattle while we were there, hahaha.

Maybe that’s our act III.

Anyway, Michael and I went out that way for a wedding a few weeks ago, and spent all day Friday walking around the city and ended the night with a ferry ride to Bainbridge Island. Here are some pics we took.

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  • Emily Chidester - love it. love your face.
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If you don’t know my friend Jenn – graphic designer and owner of Write On! Market – you need to. She’s sweet, hilarious, fun and thoughtful. She’s also super talented.

When she asked me if I’d like to do a collab for her market it was a no brainer. Each month she teams up with another artist to produce a one-of-a-kind piece for her market, only offering limited availability as they each have a hand made element. We brainstormed our idea over coffee and pastries (naturally) and knew we wanted to create something unique and colorful. The idea evolved each time we talked, and I’m so glad it did because we landed on something so fun!

BE BOLD

Photo by me, and Jenn hand paints “be bold” on each made-to-order piece. It’s 16×24 with a 1/2 inch border for handling and framing. You can place your order here. And hurry – there are only a limited number available, and they will only be sold this month. Get yours. Do you. Treat yo’self. Be bold.

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