Tomboy Digs: Meet Alex
Let’s cut to the chase. You’ve been told you’re a tomboy. Maybe it’s the way you act. Maybe it’s the way you dress. Maybe it’s both. But here are a few sure signs you have that authentic Tomboy street style everyone’s been digging:
- You prefer your boyfriend’s tees over your own.
- You won’t consider wearing jeans that don’t keep it 100 in the comfort department.
- Tennis shoes and slip-ons dominate your shoe selection. (Holla)
- When getting dressed you ask, “But can I do Karate?”
Jokes. We’re kidding on the last part. In all seriousness if you love laid-back style, then you’ve come to the right spot. Inspiration below.
Meet Alex. Our photographer extraordinaire that knows exactly how to channel her inner tomboy.
Casual & comfy.
What are your fashion must-haves?
High top sneakers. Jeans that don’t suck and let me move – comfortably. And flannels…for days.
One thing you couldn’t live without?
A hair-tie. (HA.) Um… probably my flannels.
Tell us about your photography journey.
Started in college and spent many hours in the Dark Room. Fell in love with the old school processes and someday want to have my own little dark room to work in.
Still learning the tricks of the trade and researching other famous and successful photographers such as Annie Liebovitz and Ansel Adams.
Favorite photograph or photography session you’ve taken?
Not sure I have just one but I do love when I can capture raw emotions, the kind that makes you get a little lump in your throat and a tear in your eye, those moments of pure happiness and joy where people forget your even there taking their photos.
People who influence your work?
Adams and Leibovitz. I do love a good sunset show and find that in itself is inspiring.
Finish the Phrase
Lover of ….
Besides my amazing husband and family:
Tacos & Cilantro. Coffee & Cream. Puppy kisses and kitten cuddles. A Good Beer.
Dreaming of ….
A room full of cotton candy.
Scheming up ….
A personal website to hold all of my photographs.
Your interests/hobbies include:
Exploring nature’s lil details and gardening.
New Year’s Resolution:
Shoot in new ways and test out new techniques. Break boundaries.