The first chapter of my book is titled “Lost and Found”. It’s pretty much self-explanatory, for I was truly lost and confused, but I found my way with the help of the Lord. After... More > I found myself in Jesus, I began to rise to heights I’d never seen, heights that I’d never known existed, but I’ve only just begun. I know that the Lord will continue to bless me with my hearts’ earnest and true desires and take me places that I’ve never been, but I must allow my dreams to continue to live, thrive and flourish in my mind and heart.< Less
Travel Journal Tias - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Tias, includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and remember every... More > aspect of your trip.< Less
'I'm not an elephant. I'm an effilump. And I am magic. I'll prove it,' said Tia. 'Give me your hand and count to three.'
'One, two, three,' said Jazzy and when she had finished counting, they were... More > both hovering three feet above her bed.
Find out what happened next in Jazzy and Tia's first adventure.< Less
‘T.I.A.’ or ‘This is Africa’ is a phrase that I regularly came across on my travels. It was used to explain the uniquely beautiful, yet uniquely infuriating, cadence of life... More > on the continent. The effortless kindness of local villagers, the majestic breath of wildlife and the truly celestial sunsets were forever being offset by the soul-destroying bureaucracy, the exasperating business culture and the relentless petitions for money.< Less
In their first collaboration, Tia Keobounpheng of Silvercocoon and Paige DeWees of DeWees Photography have produced this photography book/jewelry catalog. Over the span of two months they completed... More > four photoshoots in and around Minneapolis and Southern Minnesota. Pulling together a mix of real people from their lives and from their neighborhoods, they photographed them as they were - with the simple addition of some handmade jewelry.< Less
Do you love the carnival? The excitement? The colors? Or maybe it's just the smell of the carnival food? Whatever it is, now you can have the fair at your fingertips all year long. I have created... More > this calendar using my own personal images and added a washed out feeling of a 1970's photo to them. Now, off for a ride on the ferris wheel. Once I hit 30, the crazy rides were off limits. hehe.< Less
After many requests, I have decided to share my 2009 calendar with you. This 12 month calendar (January to December) features 12 of my top selling images. Imagine 12 months of nature and art in... More > front of you to enjoy. Have a happy New Year!!!< Less
“I never thought I’d be the type to have a fuck buddy, but at 27, old notions of identity, goals or virtues were crumbling and falling to the wayside faster than the days passed... More > by.” So begins V’s tale. Combining elements from dirty realism with feminist leanings, author Tia Gargiulo creates a hybrid referred to as dirty feminism in this debut novella. In her quest for a full life, V is confronted with what embodies happiness. She is young, yet not so young. As she begins to witness loved ones settle down, she stops to wonder about her own progress. V’s path twists through jilted lovers, a meandering job, and her painful, earnest attempts to forge the connection she so deeply desires with another. The more she tries to grasp answers, the further the truth eludes her. She will need to plummet the depths of self-reflection before she can emerge from her misgivings and let go. Through V’s determination to create her own way – with or without a partner, or family, V’s Solitude dares to challenge societal norms.< Less