Last year I was introduced to a Cincinnati-based eyewear company called Frameri, and now it's the only eyewear I'll ever use (check out my Prose Harper frames in Ruby). It was one of the best photo shoots I've done, because the people are so great... and I also got to shoot with fellow amputee, BT Urruela, who I've done a previous photo shoot with.
What's great about Frameri eyewear (and I won't promote anything that I don't truly use and wear in my daily life) is that I can interchange the lenses with a quick "pop." When I'm working at home, I'll usually pop in the clear lenses that are perfect for computer-use. When I'm on the go, I simply put the sunny lenses in for outdoor-use.
Did I mention Cincinnati is such a beautiful city? Frameri has a cool shop right on Vine Street, right in the heart of the city. I don't know if you, the reader, has been to this wonderful city, but they also have a really cool bar called 16-Bit. Pretty sure I owned BT Urruela in every arcarde game we played, too (girls rule, boys drool).
Thank you, Frameri, for this wonderful opportunity to work with you. A great company with great people. Oh, and thanks for making eyewear cool again. Check out the other photos below from the Machina line.