Category Archives: Personal

ENGLAND

outside of London, in between jobs, little adventures with the loveliest of friends, old and new.View full post »

MADDY // MALIBU

miss maddy talias is someone I’m proud to call one of my best friends, although she has also played the role of myView full post »

URBAN COWBOY // NASHVILLE

like all of my most treasured experiences this one left me wrecked in the best way, my heart full and heavy, saturatedView full post »

PROBATION LONDON!

so proud to announce that I am now represented by Probation London!  Check out my work on their site and the rest ofView full post »

italy.

Italia: sei bellissima.  Rome, Positano, Ravello, Sorrento, Amalfi, Capri…. not in any order.     A HUGEView full post »

california soultrippin.

the california desert fills my heart to the brim with happiness; it bubbles over. over and over. i was alone and haveView full post »

emily winiker photography

thriftopia

last weekends thrift finds. to wear? to shoot? probably both.View full post »

Casey Neistat = inspiration // WHAT YOU COULD DO WITH $25,000

I have never published a post with accompanying images. But today is the day. I sit at my desk, a copy of Foam magazineView full post »

London + Granada

Double decker buses and cobblestone roads. Mulled wine. Fish and chips. Punks at Camden market. High Tea. Foggy streetsView full post »

the view.

Good morning, Monday. My bedroom wall. The first thing I see when I wake up in the morning. Wall credits // Driftwood:View full post »

The woman.

grandma doris.

My Grandma. Doris J. Winiker. 92 years (and 4 months) young. My fathers mother. My hero. Talented, creative, beautiful,View full post »

30.

Well, this is certainly an anti-climactic post following the dissertation I wrote about Haiti, but… not everythingView full post »

HAITI = HEART … THE FULL STORY.

I have been dreaming about writing this ever since I returned from Haiti. My mind has been a tangled, sticky web ofView full post »

Hello + Welcome

Here’s a little glimpse into my life. Holla. //Em  View full post »