When Kim Ebbets asked me if I could help her out with an idea for a photo shoot that involved 3 cute little girls wearing wings I didn’t need any time to think it over. I was all in! This was the perfect moment to finally fulfill my dream of creating my own label. I love to work with other creative people and the brain storm process was super! The positive energy of sharing ideas you normally don’t think of on your own. I loved every minute of it!

After Kim shared her ideas with me and her mood board on Pinterest I started creating my drawings for the clothes. It took some nights with me waking up and thinking of something better, newer, and changes here and there. After a visit to the fabric store I started working on the wings. We decided that I would work with combination of dollies and pastel cotton fabric. I love dollies and was super excited to work with that.

The day of the photo shoot was closing up and I was getting a bit nervous……What will they think, will it fit and will I finish in time….. Last minute changes happened of course after a night of tossing and turning. But on the day itself I was satisfied with the skirts and wings. I really hoped Kim would be too. Of course I was super nervous, first time I made something for somebody else to wear besides my own kids and the first creations under my new label. Kim and the girls loved it! They loved twirling around with the skirts and the wings and it was a super fun photo shoot! 

The photo’s are stunning!!! Really Kim you’re a true artist with your camera! We already know that because we where lucky we had a change to do our maternity and newborn shoot from our little prince with you.  The way you work with the lighting and with 3 toddlers with a mind of there own is inspiring. It was a wonderful afternoon and even tho my little princess was started to get tired in the end she didn’t want to it end at all. 

Really want to thank her for the beautiful pics and the trust she put in me for working out her idea, thanks Kim! If anyone is looking for a top notch photographer in the Bay Area, head on over to