Rebecca Lader’s work often takes a whimsical approach to storytelling. In her latest series, “Uniformity,” the viewer follows a group of youthful, identically-dressed girls through various landscapes. Through this commonality, Lader aims to portray the strong bond women naturally share.
My work featured on my graduating class’ blog!
Follow Roadie a travel blog from a group of girls who want to express our life experiences in a way that can inspire exploration, creativity, and promote the appeal of travel. Visit our page and check out our personal photos, stories, tips and videos about our travels from all over the world!
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Uniformity, part 2.
Click through for images from the series thus far.
Stay tuned for more.
sunrise at Short Beach on Long Island.
My photo essay, “Golden State,” was featured in stachemagazineonline's February 2014 issue! Check it out on page 48. Visit stachemagazine.com
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For this issue the team decided to step out of its comfort zone and do something we haven’t yet done. In fact I was hesitant to dedicate a whole issue to “craft” for that very reason. Stache is not Frankie Magazine and nor do we want it to be. But actually meeting the challenge head on was at once terrifying and liberating, and we could not have done it if it weren’t for the team’s enthusiasm to make things happen.
Gracing our cover this month are Stache’s old friends Thea de Rivera and Gab Bustos, also known as The Girl + The Bull. We talked to them about food and relationships and the craft aspect of their business, among other things. We also interviewed artisans Benjie Torrado Cabrera, Anna Gorman, and Miguel Santiago of The Barista Box. There is an article about Marc Jacobs leaving Louis Vuitton, an article about the art of music sampling, and an article about the mixed mediums of embroidery and traditional art. We also paid tribute to the great Philip Seymour Hoffman. There are many more in the following pages of this magazine, and I’ll let you explore them on your own.
We didn’t create this issue because we wanted to show everyone we know a great deal about the subject; we do not, and that I suppose is the reason the magazine turned out the way it did: an experimental endeavour. Which is not to say it turned out a failure. It didn’t, at least we don’t see it that way.
Read the issue here.
My photo essay, “Golden State,” is featured in this month’s issue of Stache Magazine! Check it out after the jump.
ROAD TRIP USA
A two-week long road trip exploring this beautiful country with great friends. We made stops in AZ, NV, CA, OR, WA, WY, SD, IL, and ended in NY.
See photos here.
Exploring so many parts of my country that I had been completely unfamiliar with was one of the most rewarding experiences I’ve ever had. Coming from New York, a place where people literally live on top of each other, it was easy to find tranquility on the open road. Living on top of each other is a trait we brought with us - by packing five girls into a PT Cruiser for two weeks. I’d do it over again in a heartbeat.
A few of my friends and I have worked hard this past month to put together a collaborative travel blog, ROADIE. There, I will be contributing my travel experiences. I can’t wait to have more to share. Head there to check out our photos, videos, writing, tips, and more fun stuff. Later in the year we’ll be putting out a zine.
We’re a group of girls who like to do stuff.
Theresa, outtake for the cover of “In The End We Are Alone” (tentative title), a book of poems that will be released in England by writer Adam Shove.
Behind the scenes of the album cover I photographed for No One Rules' new 7” coming out soon.