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Tricia Roush wears a stack of hats of her own creation in her home in the San Francisco, CA Mission District on Sunday, March 17, 2013.

Tricia Roush wears a stack of hats of her own creation in her home in the San Francisco, CA Mission District on Sunday, March 17, 2013.

 

In my photo shoot for the San Francisco Chronicle, I had the pleasure of working with Tricia Roush. In her business House of Nines Design, Tricia creates beautiful hats using traditional techniques and materials. Her colorful hats are takes on classic designs. Here are some of the photos from the shoot. You can read the article on the SF Chronicle Website. Thanks to my photo assistant Tylar Springer.

 

Tricia Roush applies a ribbon to her Drake hat in her studio in San Francisco, CA on Sunday, March, 17 2013.

Tricia Roush applies a ribbon to her Drake hat in her studio in San Francisco, CA on Sunday, March, 17 2013.

 

Spools of thread used for creating the colorful hats for House of Nines Design by Tricia Roush. San Francisco, CA on Sunday March 17, 2013.

Spools of thread used for creating the colorful hats for House of Nines Design by Tricia Roush. San Francisco, CA on Sunday March 17, 2013.

 

Hats from Tricia Roush's House of Nines Design include, Top: Left to Right, Viola, Talia, Dobby, Dobby. Bottom: Queenston, Drake, Drake and Yvette. San Francisco, CA on Sunday, March 17, 2013. The wood head is made of Balsa so it is light and pins can stick into it..

Millinery from Tricia Roush’s House of Nines Design include, Top: Left to Right, Viola, Talia, Dobby, Dobby. Bottom: Queenston, Drake, Drake and Yvette. San Francisco, CA on Sunday, March 17, 2013. The wood head is made of Balsa so it is light and pins can stick into it.

 

Tricia Roush wears her Yvette hat with antique lace which she hand applied in her studio in San Francisco, CA on Sunday, March 17, 2013.

Tricia Roush wears her Yvette hat with antique lace which she hand applied in her studio in San Francisco, CA on Sunday, March 17, 2013.

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