Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Amy



photos by amy sahba

Working with Amy today was wonderful. She captured things in so many beautiful ways I could not imagine. I've been looking through her photos all night, captivated. I hope my editing is ok...I couldn't wait to show you just a few...

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15 comments:

amy said...

honey, working with you in that sunny patch of Brooklyn was just dreamy for me today!

ps: i edited my last post because i linked one shot from today!

Tartelette said...

Wow!!! you guys do a great job together enhancing your work through her impeccable photography! Your jewelry is gorgeous and the mood is perfect!

nadia said...

Love them! How exciting this collaboration is! Helen right about the mood.

Aran said...

beautiful!

heidi said...

jeeze, those pieces are gorgeous! And the photography & styling as well. I have a ceramic dish in my bedroom filled with rocks & jewelry... starting to think it's more pretty & purposeful, instead of careless & messy.

ana dane said...

looks lovely- but it's not hard with raw material that good.

please sir said...

Wow - these are great photos. Thanks for your living comment - does seem like a topic we all deal with. Your story is amazing and love your father's advice!

Elizabeth said...

These are just gorgeous. The pieces, backgrounds, and photographic style complement one another so well.

Claire, said...

Beautiful.

limonana said...

these are beautiful!

Mrs.French said...

so lovely...the top one is my favorite!

High Desert Diva said...

Gorgeous!

Camille said...

Your jewelry is art. Add Amy's art of photography and wow...just beautiful!

(RE your comment: I'd die from sheer pleasure at Murray's, add Mel, eggplant parm and a new friend and it would be a day to remember!)

vana chupp said...

Amazing photos...i am dying to buy one of your necklaces...I might just wait until Christmas:)

molly said...

i don't know amy, but feel as if i do from blog world, and i just LOVE that you two hooked up to create! beautiful shots, too!

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