I started jotting a few things down about what I wanted the Antisparkle brand to communicate to people and who I envision wearing my designs. I ended up with the a very loose manifesto. Parts of it should seem familiar. The Antisparkle manifesto is a list of the types of people I want to design for, work with and I hope to cross paths with during my creative journey.
Last night I had the pleasure of taking graduation photos of my younger Brother Chris. I’m not a professional photographer nor do I want to be but I really like to capture my family’s memories. We didn’t really discuss much before the shoot, all I was told was that he wanted to take pictures on campus. Rollins College has a gorgeous campus. It’s a private college (read: expensive) with beautful buildings topped with spanish tile roofs. The landscaping is unlike any other college I’ve visited. Every sitting area feels like a great spot to sprawl out with your iPod and textbooks. A truly beautiful school and an amazing backdrop.
When I arrived I fully expected Chris to be in his cap and gown, instead he had on a white shirt, nice pants and an adorable red bow tie. Simple and stylish. Not that he needed any dressing up because he’s quite handsome (says his extremely proud big sis).
I’m very proud of him and his accomplishments. I know he’s going to do well in his next life adventure. Congratulations Chris! Always remember the sky is not the limit.