i first met Amy through her instagram account, and immediately felt drawn to her inspiring pictures of turks and caicos. she moved here when she was only two months old and having grown up surrounded by sea and sun, she founded Sea Sage, a resort wear brand that has an ode to our islands. Continue reading
i’m a believer that photographs give an extra personal touch to our homes, but our printing and framing options in turks and caicos quite limited, to say the least… in an attempt to refrain from keeping all our pictures digital, i tried ordering some prints through artifact uprising. Continue reading
have you heard of VINE? it’s the new app launched by twitter, sort of like instagram, but instead of pictures you share your own 6 second videos. very easy to use and it’s taking social media to a whole new level. some say it’s scary, but i find it very exciting!
you can find me by searching @myseastory on vine, and click for a sneak peak of one of the short videos i posted last week.
i can’t get enough pouches and clutches, and don’t these look stunning? head over to baba souk and check all their lovely finds.
just a few weeks ago i met jen from jennifer maude design. jen is gorgeous, super friendly, and so, so talented. when i first arrived to provo, i remember seeing her art up at the grace bay club and at maxime’s (these ones and this one) and was totally impressed!
jen has been painting all her life, starting her studies as an apprentice in new zealand when she was only 12. she has been in provo, working as an artist since 2006.
recently i have been loving jen’s purses, she was selling a few at the art and craft expo in turtle cove, together with handmade christmas cards and tags, beach mobiles and hand bound books.
how great are all these? you can contact her and see more of her work here.
all images by jen