1. I want to share my latest creative passion with you, Arc Ceramics. I have made a small series of wheel thrown ceramic pieces, pls follow link. http://www.arc-ceramics.com

    Hope to see you there,

  2. Leather travel pouches/cases Designer: pivetbags


  3. Leather calf hair and metallic foil hobo bag. Designer: Pivet bags


  4. Leather fold-over clutch Pivet bags


  5. Limited Edition Calf hair hobo bag  / Designer: pivet bags

    Sold Out!


  6. Leather 4 Sided Rectangular Bag in Duo Color / Slow and Steady Wins the Race

    I had the great pleasure of meeting the design team behind SSWR and photographing some of their bags. Here are some of my fans.

    This oversized 4 sided tote was so much fun to photograph. It so sculptural and fun to fold and play with. If I ever take a trip around the world I think this bag is a worthy companion.


  7. Kraft Carrier Tote Bag in Tan Suede and White Pebble Leather / Slow and Steady Wins the Race

    So simple and so clever. The body of this tote bag is made from one panel only, folded in an origami like fashion and stitched together on the bottom and one side. Very lightweight, soft and incredibly sturdy at the same time. 


  8. Pyramid Bag in Gold and Black Pony Leather / Design House: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

    I like the playfulness of these Pyramid pouch bags. Geometric and functional shape shifting with contents.


  9. Vintage leather Burmese Python Clutch Design House: Charles Jourdan

  10. Vintage Python bag circa ’80s, made in Italy

    I’m completely bewitched by this red python bag. It’s like a modernist sculpture with interior secrets. 

    It’s not everyday that you run into a bag obsessed and creative visionary. Jennifer is all those things, great taste and a barrel of humor to boot.

    I will gladly raid her closet for bags anytime. I’m infatuated by her devotion for unusual shapes. 

    Jennifer Boyd-Einstein

  11. Vintage croc bags

  12. Vintage Croc frame bag, circa 1940s

    This bag knocked by socks off! It was such a pleasure to photograph. I took so many making the editing process a challenge. 

  13. Vintage croc frame bag, circa ’70s

    Here’s another endlessly photogenic number. This vintage crocodile bag smiled back in every setting. Aside from the well proportioned shape the metal chain handle attachment is so well thought out.  It’s rare that a bag looks this great with the handles down.

  14. Vintage Leather frame bag, circa 40s

    Here’s another bag with an extremely classy handle. Also like to sexy red (come hither?) interior zip pocket. Nice touch. 

  15. Vintage crochet bag with lucite zip pull, circa 40’s

    This is hands down the best crochet bag I’ve come across. Who would have thought of combining  a large clear resin zipper pull with chunky crochet pattern could result in such a cool clutch.