Santa Monica Beach…ummmm, I’m home!

Hellooooo my friends…here is where I’m happiest…my home beach in Santa Monica where I overcome my fear of sharks (thank you my beloved surfer boyfriend, always), met the dearest people of my life, learned of Burning Man on all levels and comforted myself in times of great challenge. This day I enjoyed a 4 mile walk in the sand. ummmmmmm,,,,,, …

Dia de los Muertos!

Hi Folks! I’m at the coolest gallery in the Pacific Northwest: Tacoma’s own Two Vaults Gallery owned and operated by Paula Tutmarc. She is by far the hippest chic in the little city, anchoring the art community with her keen eye and brilliant sensibilities and fun, open hearted vibe. She creates the most wonderful experiences for both patron and artist, …

Agape Gallery Opening

So Excited! Dr. Michael Beckwith (of the bestselling book and movie “the Secret”) has put my show up on their website! I just love being affiliated with this spiritual center! It is my home,,, where I feel most fed. Please come and meet my friends and clients from across the country at my Gallery opening on November 8, 2008 at …

Seen TV at Luly Yang Couture 20/20 Show

I had such fun last night at the Luly Yang Couture 20/20 Show last night! As a Correspondent for Seen TV, enjoyed the playtime backstage. Its Barbie dress-up for big girls!

Luly Yang Couture Fitting with Robbi Firestone

Senior Design Consultant Lina Zeineddine helps me choose ‘what to wear!’ for Luly Yang’s 20/20 Runway Show taking place tomorrow night in Seattle at Jonas Jensens’ Studios…we had such fun!

Mark Victor Hansen and Robbi Firestone

Isn’t Mark Victor Hansen hunky? Kinda reminds me of Batman without the cape. He creating doing such great things on the planet…a true Do-Gooder. Those are definitely the most amazing men….

What is your Totem?

It’s the little things. When I was a little girl, I swam in rivers and played Barbies in creeks. I broke my Easter duck Mitsy’s leg trying to help it, and my dad splinted it for $200 at the vet (cursing the whole while under his breath, but not letting me know until 20 years later). Life lessons were everywhere …