Matt and I took a trip up to Jerome for our shoot over the weekend, and the change of scenery (and weather--it was a few degrees cooler with a nice breeze) was certainly a nice reprieve from the big city. Jerome is an interesting place; a once bustling mining establishment that became a ghost town in the 50s, only to be revived again by artists and hippie-types beginning in the 70s. Jerome was a notorious wild west town, and is rumored to be haunted by many ghosts from its sordid past. There are plenty of places to shoot--lots of nooks and crannies and surprisingly colorful backdrops which all make for interesting settings (though we didn't run into any ghosts this time!.). I wore three outfits for this shoot--a sherbet plaid 50s day dress, a 40s faux sarong skirt in a warm plaid paired with a muslin peasant blouse, and a jade green print playsuit from F21. Here are a few photos; the rest can be found on Myspace.