Ashton Worthington, often recognized for his dark, sleek and sexy still life, is not afraid of color. Or splashes and liquids. Excited to see more of this type of work over the upcoming months!
It’s national crayon day. Did you know that? Neither did I, until about 5 minutes ago…
Just found out Crayola is retiring the color Dandelion. No joke, y’all – that was my favorite color growing up. It actually still is one of my favorite colors to wear. I get it – there isn’t much a kid might color with it, but I’m still a little bummed. As a little girl, I would sketch cars, fashion, draw pictures, and there would always be a tiny bit of dandelion in every masterpiece (haha).
So it’s with a bit of nostalgia, I bid adieu to Dandelion. Enjoy your retirement. You had a good run.
(Photo by Ashton Worthington. So glad he captured my favorite crayon in this!)
A proper breakfast, lunch and dinner for today. Happy St. Patrick’s Day – may the luck of the Irish (or at least the drink of the Irish) be with you! Photography by Ashton Worthington – a guy who loves to celebrate any and all holidays.
To all women – near and far – we salute you. Today and ALWAYS. Photography by one hell of an amazing woman, Paula Parrish
Ashton Worthington tends to shoot dark, sexy, metallic work. Recently, he was challenged to do something a bit more feminine, but in his style. And just like that, a new site section begins to form.
This guy continues to impress me every day. Well done Ashton, splashes and pours (and beauty still life) just might be your next thing!
Check out Ashton’s still life work by clicking here.
It’s is my third time writing this blog. I wrote all about millennials – people’s opinions on them, their power in the advertising world, and strategic marketing toward them. I deleted it. Because this blog isn’t about all that. It’s about Ashton Worthington’s fantastic photo shoot. And that, dear friends, is below.
Millennials at Work.