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FLATLAND by Epilogue

My talented older brother started a progressive independent publishing company, Epilogue, and I’m so proud of him. Epilogue is a design and publishing studio that focuses on giving new life and design to some of the world’s best literature. They take … Continue reading

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Goblin Valley

In late February we took a spontaneous road trip to Goblin Valley. Brent was planning on using the state park as a location in his current short film, so we went down to scout the best spot for his scene. … Continue reading

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Modern Classic

I’m really digging this modern-day makeover of a classic mid-century style. Dot & Bo put together a fun collection that’s definitely worth a Thursday perusing. Image from here.

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Fount Leather Love

There are some incredibly beautiful leather products out there. Sleek craftsmanship with longevity. I love the collection of bags and pouches from Fount. You can’t go wrong throwing a leather carry-all bag over your shoulder and stepping out for an adventure. … Continue reading

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Spiral Jetty

We spent the day of Christmas Eve exploring the Spiral Jetty and far north end of the Great Salk Lake. It was a really cold day and we had the whole place to ourselves. The jetty is pretty awesome, a man-made … Continue reading

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Life after Sundance

I’m alive. I survived my first Sundance Film Festival and feel really good about the experience. Our team of 13 executed 80 beautiful events over 10 days, and yes – we’re all exhausted. It’s very rewarding to see months of hard … Continue reading

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Catch Up

Wow, it’s been a while. These last couple months have been busy – start of a new job, Brent’s film projects, photo and event freelance jobs, holidays. I have some catch up to do, and if the weather is less than … Continue reading

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