Meet the Flora Forager

Bridget Beth Collins lives in a Hobbit-like home in the quiet borough of Ravenna in Seattle, Washington, with her husband and two sons. At least once a day Bridget ventures out into the surrounding wilderness (or her own small front garden) to forage for flora and fauna, which she then arranges into captivating compositions for photographs. If it sounds like she lives a beautiful life, she does. I think the images she creates are proof of her unyielding imagination and constant search for beauty. Bridget's work has been featured in several publications, including the cover of a new gardening magazine called Pith + Vigor, which you can see below. She sells her prints for $22 each at her website FloraForager.com, where you can also see much more of her work. I also strongly suggest you follow her on Instagram for a daily dose of loveliness. Her photos are the perfect antidote to the winter blues.


Rowaida said...

Good morning Andrew,
Beautiful flowers and compositions.
Will check her instagram and website, thank you

Anonymous said...

This reminds me of the episode of Anthony Bourdain's show, he featured the restaurant in Denmark Noma. It was fascinating, bottom line, a great number of the items pictured are probably EDIBLE and something this chef would serve in his restaurant if they tasted good!

Anonymous said...

The 3rd. to the last picture reminds me of 2 pottery pieces I have. All of these are gorgeous and creative.