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Tag : Arizona Lifestyle Photography

23 Jun 2019

“It’ll Rain a Sunny Day…”

Through traffic passing just-put-out wildfires, through a nearly ripped off fingernail, through waiting hours in line to get in, through rain and thunder in the vortex, we made it in to Buddha Beach!  Found my zen anyway… About the Artist: Natalie *can speak Dog *wears metaphorical pants and eyelashes *was a shit kicker in a previous life *was a bunny rabbit in the life before that previous life AND *one of these days she will be caught in the long […]

18 Jun 2019

Without thoughts…

Without Thoughts or keys I’ll uncover In my Garden The Geometry To feed This rogue Energy…   Natalie is 65% Swedish, 45% German, 35% English, 1% Cherokee, 400% Goofball, 400% Rebel. Most days she is too tall to wear pants. She is best known for her solid math skills, bad handwriting, and reliable sarcasm.

10 Jun 2019

Eleven Eleven Year Olds

“Childhood living is easy to do…”   Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. Her best days are filled with loving and […]

10 Jun 2019

Almost eleven

  Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. Her best days are filled with loving and guiding her offspring and pups, music, […]

08 May 2019

Logic is lost

Logic is lost in love and dropped in things of dreams.   About the artist: Natalie is 65% Swedish, 45% German, 35% English, 1% Cherokee, 400% Goofball, 400% Rebel. Most days she is too tall to wear pants. She is best known for her solid math skills, bad handwriting, and reliable sarcasm.

23 Apr 2019

unfinished poems

Unfinished poems tossed between dreaming and drowning   Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. Her best days are filled with loving […]

08 Apr 2019
01 Apr 2019

Fly with your wind

Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. Her best days are filled with loving and guiding her offspring and pups, music, reading, […]

26 Jan 2019

Ring of Fire Guitar Inspiration

These photos were inspired by a new self-portrait community I have been lucky enough to be a part of, called “Ring of Fire.”  I am still pinching myself that I was asked to join these incredible artists, and that I get to actively communicate with them–sharing ideas and inspirations.  These amazing souls have already brought me far outside of my shell, and I am so grateful for that!  We haven’t officially started our Instagram loop yet, but it is coming […]

15 Jan 2019

Outside Inside

These are a series of selfies, taken with my arm sticking out a fog covered glass door that reflected the trees.  They are single exposures look like double exposures.