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From Debut to Evermore – A love story from Paige to TS

A very long blog about Taylor Swift, her movement in changing a toxic industry, her impact on her music and the change she has provided in my own life.

Sickness & Healing

Hey Fam, It’s been a minute since I have just chatted about my recovery on here – so I thought I would take time to do that. I’ve had a LOT of new followers on the blog pop up [woof] and I’m unsure if it’s my Taylor Swift content or

Taylor Swift Series; Bleachella [Karma?!]

Karma. Down the Rabbit Hole, we go. In between 1989 and Reputation, before Taylor went into hiding for a year, after the downfall of Kanye and Kim playing her a second time on the internet, Taylor Swift began to show an aesthetic that showcased a ‘rock’ and punk vibe. The

Still in my Lover Era and so is my Cat

31 This year in April I turned 31. I didn’t go all out as the year before – since last year was my golden birthday but I still definitely am in my Lover Vibe. I set up a backdrop – took some photographs – attempted to make a playlist that

Grief Series; “Until Next Time”

There is a lot of heaviness in this world right now. As it seems there always is, but in reality of recent news stories, everything just feels more dense. I’m not going to lie, doing this project continuously is a lot of weight to hold and for that reason alone,

Taylor Swift Series; Folklore

All these people think love’s for show but I would die for you in secret “Peace,” ‘Folklore’ Let me first start by saying that I took 48 images for this specific shoot, on film, but half the time I guess my shutter stuck or never opened, because I got 12

Grief Series; “Through the Storm”

Each one of these individual stories through this larger project has been hard to introduce within each solo blog. Each story is unique, challenging in it’s own way, and none of them are complete – as they never will be. What’s even more close to my heart are most of

Grief Series; “A Plastic Box”

Many women are connected with one another by the betrayal of their own bodies. It’s a story that is far too common, but does not take away the pain of each individual story. Brittany’s story has been shared by The March of Dimes, but her story didn’t really end there,

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