Land of make believe

By GREG COOK  |  April 3, 2013

"My models are usually friends, or they don't start off as friends, but they become friends by the end of shooting," Grayhorse says. Her 10-year-old daughter Cailee has frequently stolen the show. She also uses some pro models, but says she favors non-professionals.

"I don't want it to come off looking like a fashion shoot," Grayhorse says. "That just looks a little more contrived or posed. It doesn't end up looking like an artificial memory. I like using real people because it looks like it's actually them . . . People that already are characters and aren't afraid to let their inhibitions go."

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