Posts Tagged ‘the sarah project’

the sarah project: mmmm giant taco hat

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

I’ve been filling in for an old coworker at Discovery this week and decided that since I was in the office I’d surprise my readers with a special edition of The Sarah Project! Without further ado…

nom nom nom.

Volkswagon ‘The Force’

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

While this may not make you rush out to purchase a new car this second, what it will do is make you think positively when you think of Volkswagen.  Behold the power of deep pockets, solid branding, and a healthy dose of whimsy.

Based on what I’ve caught of glimpse of thus far, there is a good chance this will be better than any of the commercials debuting on the SuperBowl.

- Christian

the sarah project: update

Monday, September 13th, 2010

Hi everyone! Just wanted to update you on my whereabouts, I recently decided to quit my day job and pursue freelancing full-time as well as designing and selling my own handmade goodies! Which lucky for you means more blogging and crafts from me! Now for some shameless self-promotion…I am available starting now for any freelance opportunities, especially fancy invitation designs which are my specialty. Check out all my work here.

With that said, I’m sorry to say there will be no more Sarah Project posts since that was done in my office and just won’t feel the same if I doing it alone and at home.

the sarah project: total knockout

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

I’ve had this boxer edition of The Sarah Project planned for quite a while now. We have a punching bag at work with two sets of gloves and I knew that I had to incorporate them into one of the shoots. I also knew that I wanted to have a black eye and be knocked out. To get the knocked out effect, aka seeing birds, I created a little mobile from a wire coat hanger, fishing line and origami birds. I used make-up for the black eye. My friend Matt assisted me with the punches and holding the mobile in place.

the sarah project: miss piggy

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

This week’s The Sarah Project features Rose a prize pig who is quite the poser & kisser. Her beauty won all the judge’s hearts. She was generous enough to allow me to borrow the crown and sash for a few shots.

the sarah project: cleopatra

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

The Sarah Project brings you Miss Cleo this week! She is adorned with a 24K paper clip/ribbon necklace and paper cobra headdress. She spends her time striking poses, eating brains and fanning herself with gold leaves…walk like an egyptian.

the sarah project: blondie

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

I went blonde on Friday. And to be completely honest, it’s the most drastic thing I’ve ever done to my hair, (and I’ve done tons of drastic things.) I’m slowly getting used…but it’s still a little weird seeing my reflection. I guess I’ll soon find out if blondes really do have more fun.

What do you guys think?

the sarah project: hardly working

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

For this week’s edition of The Sarah Project I was transformed into a construction worker complete with a paper bag toolbelt, hard hat and beer gut (no offense intended for you fit construction workers). Not much of a story here, just a silly outfit.


the sarah project: indiana hanks

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

I’m officially declaring Wednesday “The Sarah Project” day, well at least here on fancy seeing you here. Each week I’ll share my latest and greatest shoots and any other stories that go along with them. This week’s feature is Indiana Hanks where I come across a saber tooth tiger that attacks me, but in the end we become best friends.

p.s. Be sure to check out ZonaFoto‘s beautiful Jersey Shore polaroid series here.

the sarah project

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

This is a small selection of images from a silly project i’ve been doing at work; The Sarah Project. Every day at around 3 i have a mini photoshoot at my desk using props and stuff that i’ve gathered from around the office. I’m hoping to keep this up for a year and maybe even start a website for it. It’s actually quite amusing and fun, although some might think I’m a total nut. I think one of my favorite and most innovative uses of a prop is the poster tube turned into a peg arm for my pirate series. FYI, I’m taking character requests if you have any suggestions.