Invite Mexico into your Home.
Beauty. Vibrancy. Humanity.
Puebla is a Mexican city in central Mexico. I first traveled to Puebla with my father in the fall of 2018. It was supposed to be a short trip, but after our two days, I knew that it hadn’t been enough time. Puebla is visually stunning, and filled with so much rich history that helped us understand just a little bit more about our Aztec roots. I planned a 5 day trip in early 2019 to spend more time exploring and photographing Puebla. I’m excited to share this collection with you, and even more excited to announce, later this year, a planned excursion for people to join me as we travel to Puebla.
The newly released San Miguel Collection is the beginning of many more Mexican cities that will be represented through images. After visiting San Miguel de Allende in 2017 for a workshop, Karina went back to capture more of the city that inspired her to start this endeavor.
In the future Karina will be planning to travel to different Mexican cities to try to capture more of the Mexican culture while educating others of Mexico's history and how that has inspired so many of the foods, decor, and customs they've grown to adapt and love.
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Enjoy the new collection of pictures from San Miguel de Allende.
Sometimes you need to brighten your office space, or that little corner in your home.
These mini prints are the perfect addition to a gallery wall, a shelf, or even a workspace. The photos are taken in different places in Mexico so you can feel and even envision what Mexico is like through these little pictures of everyday life there.
Hi, I'm Karina.
I've been a photographer for 10 years, but I'm most passionate about being able to display photographs of Mexico in my home to connect my family and others to my culture. I travel to cities in Mexico to take pictures, then prepare them, ready to hang, so you can always have a piece of Mexico in your home.
I'm passionate about educating others about Mexico through art. Mexican culture is more than just Cinco de Mayo celebrations, margaritas, and piñatas. While we all love a good margarita, I want to share the beauty, vibrancy, and humanity that is Mexico.
Homeschooling my children isn't want I expected for my life, but having been doing it for 4 years now I can't imagine anything else.
I still have a lot of preconceived notions to work through as a type-A, public school raised mom, now homeschooling my kids, but I want this to be a platform to be honest about our journey and encourage others who are on the same path.