Last night we attended a spooktacular dinner party at a friends haunt. Our purple velvet draped witch and headless hosts with the mostest outdid themselves once again. Thank you for a wonderfully wicked evening!
all Images by Lynn Robinson via facebook
Lynn Robinson is a very active member of the Turks and Caicos Islands community. She is a employed as a divemaster for Big Blue
, but her photographs tell of her talent behind the lens as well as her love for island life both above and below the sea. Lynn is classic “do-gooder”; a frequent puppy fosterer, an environmentalist, a charity and good cause advocate, and a tireless educator of noteworthy causes. This week was no exception. After her sister’s successful battle with breast cancer, and now her mother’s best friends current struggle, she decided to shave her head to fund raise for TCI’s National Cancer Society
. Last Wednesday evening she lost her locks in front of a large crowd at Somewhere
. Check out a few of her amazing photographs as well as before and after photos of the brave new baldie. Though today may mark the end of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month
should be remembered all year long.
Here are a few more images from Amazing Grace that Andy posted on the Tropical Imaging blog. Styling a home with such an abundance of white and this much natural light is a dream.
In July I received a phone call from Stephanie Wu at Town and Country Weddings asking permission to feature one of our wedding photos in an article for the fall issue. We are so lucky to have our little soiree appearing in such a beautiful magazine. Look at this incredible bamboo canopy covered tablescape, fab idea for a Turks and Caicos wedding!
When I think of Town and Country publications, “classic” and “elegant” descriptors immediately come to mind. Who knew that my idea for a “football run” would end up on these pages! Great job to brilliant
for making the moment into a great photo.
I was pleased as pie when I was asked in September to style for a shoot at the gorgeous Amazing Grace. I had met the lovely owners many years ago and had fallen in love with the house when I scouted the property for Turks and Caicos Productions. It had been over a year since I had last visited so it was a great pleasure to spend some time on site. The architecture references traditional Caribbean style, which I’m known to fancy. I adore that many of the details; the louvered shutters, the door and window hardware, the powder room nestled between beach and pool, and all the infinite repetition of whitewashed wood, reflect that great tradition. To see more photos or inquire about booking, visit Turks Villas.