So excited to see 2 photo shoots that I participated in featured in these spring issue of seacoast wedding magazine. To view the online magazine, Hair that moves is featured on pages, 84,85 86,87 90,91 and in an add on 114 These were fun photo shoots, with two different themes. The gundalow shoot( pages 84-87) was nautical and I created a nautical knot in the first models hair, which of course you can see in this photo. The other blonde bride was a “typical” seacoast textured soft bridal updo.

I had such a fun opportunity to work on set for Adam Peterson, the star of man vs. food and his newest series of AP best sandwich in America. I believe this is when fans of the restaurant write in and nominate their favorite sandwich. This happened to feature Jumping Jays fish Cafe in Portsmouth NH. I hung out there all day, and the weight staff was so nice to me! So anyway, I was hired to do Adams makeup. you may be laughing but, with HD tv now you

I was so excited to receive an email from Dianna Ma stating one of the weddings I did this summer was featured in today’s’ Union leader. the link is not a very good one, but hope this scanned in article is better here are the scanned articles from the paper. These photos actually feature Diana Ma herself getting married, I was also a part of that beauty preparation as well.

I was so excited to see the images of this wonderful, ballerina inpsired photoshoot. It took place at wagon Hill, in Durham Nh with a active Ballerina with the portland Ballet compnay and her fiance and Debora Zoe photography. to see more images, please see them at,

After so much enthusiasm about this program, Joanne McDonough from joya beauty and I were able to promote this wonderful program that we volunteer for because we are both passionate about helping these women. Please share this information with anyone that can benefit from this program, it is wonderful and FREE! Look Good … Feel Better Program helps cancer patients deal with effects of treatment By Leslie Modica Sunday, July 11, 2010 John Huff/Staff photographer Heather Houde-Parker, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2007, participated in the Look Good

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