t&b collective: a quick look back

It's been a learning experience, and we are so thankful to have met a lot of inspiring new and established artists along the way. 


bead more. worry less.

Life is happening. It’s been crazy but so great. I’ve been shuffling around many hats and I’ve been trying to do it all.  I haven’t been up on the Tea and Bannock blog for weeks because I simply couldn’t keep up. I needed to take a break or learn to let go of some of… Continue reading bead more. worry less.


As I rummage through old boxes looking for negative and prints, I find myself asking the question: Who am I? How does my identity affect my work? I find piles of forgotten negatives, polaroids, burnt CDs, prints; photos of friends that I haven’t heard from in years mixed up with snapshots of old boyfriends. What am… Continue reading MY FAMILY CONNECTIONS ARE THERE

Darkroom, bright light

Wild Horse, Moberly, BC

I’ve always taken pictures. My earliest memory holding a camera I was five. I remember the feel of the cold chrome and smooth black leather and the hefty weight of it in my hands. It felt like a fragile brick. I remember my eye looking through the view finder and the satisfactory “click” I heard… Continue reading Darkroom, bright light

Art, Photography, & Culture

Art, photography, and culture are three of my greatest passions. Photography being a more recent passion. I’m no means a ‘professional’ or have any formal training in photography, however, as a beginner with a curious heart, I’m drawn and open to learning from everyone and everything that’s available to me. Lately, my greatest inspiration has… Continue reading Art, Photography, & Culture