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My Story: Michigan Cows

Lisa Cervone lives in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, is a portrait/lifestyle photographer, loves traveling out West, and is crazy about big ugly dogs!

What have you framed and why are they special? I've framed two separate cow prints from a shoot at a farm animal sanctuary in Mid-Michigan. They were such sweet docile animals and were so entertaining to shoot. 

What frame style did you choose and why? I chose the silver Newport frame for my black and white image. I think the thin antique silver looks beautiful with my print. I tend to like a simplistic, clean look to enhance my prints and I have found so many of these frames with Framebridge. This is the second cow I have framed for the same client! She loved the prints for her gorgeous, rustic Wyoming home and ordered the black and white for her bathroom.

What are you excited to frame next? I have a wonderful image of the top of a bull's head/horns that will look gorgeous in the Marin natural wood frame. I think it will look stunning over a fireplace.