All tagged Lisa Landrie

I was lucky enough to photograph the lovely Renee Kolhman - Star Pheonix's very own food writer and she happens to have a very cool blog called "sweet sugar bean." 

Funny enough we met years ago following each other on instagram and by chance ended up meeting randomly in person when she worked at a local Cafe in Saskatoon. We've stayed in touch ever since. 

She has a cookbook on the horizon filled with her very favorites… and I am soooo excited to share a little question and answer period well as a delicious cookie recipe! 


Images by Lisa Landrie - A Photogenic Life

Dress For Success - Ensemble

When Our Collective Muse was asked to be part of decorating the Dress For Success Ensemble Fashion Show, creating an entrance display with a flight theme for Thursday night's event at Kreos Aviation, we jumped at the chance. Ensemble was an evening filled with amazing designers, local shops and catered food by some of Saskatoon's top chefs, and the effort that went into this spectacular fundraiser was apparent everywhere you looked. From the top-notch production Saskatoon Fashion & Design Festival brought to the table, to the gorgeous models who were coached and coordinated by Masala Model & Talent, to the many businesses that contributed to the production including the title sponsor, Cameco, it was an honour for us OCM ladies to join the team. Together, we created a night filled with fashion, food and flair. 

The mission of Dress for Success is to promote the independence of economically disadvantaged women by providing work-appropriate attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

Dress for Success has suited more than 775,000 women worldwide since our inception in 1997. Dress for Success has affiliate locations in more than 124 cities across the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, the United Kingdom and the West Indies.

Take a look at how much fun we had supporting such an amazing cause. 

All images by Lisa Landrie - A Photogenic Life