I recently reached out to mega babe at O'Neill Women's HQ Shelby about a collaboration to bring awareness to my cause, Doodles For The Sea. & They were immediately on board! This is BIG. Can you say, DREAM TEAM!? So O'Neill sent me some rad outfits to shoot in, & I went w i l d. The epitome of my inner Child Of The Sea was let loose. I danced around this little blue & green planet of ours to get the perfect shots for my cause to protect this perfect world.
A little bit about Doodles For The Sea..
Doodles For The Sea was completely unintentional. It all started by just a rad little doodle around a Instagram post of mine back in September 2015. The response I received from that photo was pretty unexpected! & As the demand for my art began to increase, I started to charge to draw on photos. But it became clear to me that my art was meant for a higher purpose. So I started my cause, Doodles For The Sea & donated all the proceeds to organizations that strive to protect our wildlife, wild-lands & our oceans.
A few days later, I launched my Shop & created an Instagram account where I could showcase my work & gain awareness to my cause. & Through the outlet of Social Media, I've been able to raise over $1,000 & share my art with people all over the world. Doodles For The Sea is international because it's meant to help the entirety of the Earth. From the North Pole to the Maldives. Wherever there is somewhere in the world that needs help, your donation matters. & My art to you symbolizes the effort you've made to conserve & protect the foundations of the Earth.. a keepsake that will last forever.
What Am I Wearing?
Hat: Phoenix Hat (in black)
Tops: Justina Top & Mary Jane Top
Bottoms: Skye Pants & Mona Shorts
Click the button below to go to O'Neill Women's Blog to see their exclusive interview for Gabs Dormio, the artist behind Doodles For The Sea!
To be able to work with such a influential & inspirational brand that shares a love so deep for the world just as much as myself is amazing. This opportunity couldn't mean more to me.
Thanks O'Neill xx,