When folks get engaged, and choose to enlist us as first vice presidents in charge of taking their pictures, we make them hang out with us and do a photo session before the wedding day. It's mandatory. We usually stroll around their neighborhoods, bouncing this way and that to the places that mean a whole lot to them, like their favorite cafe, bar, or picnic spot. We talk, laugh, and make pictures. During these sessions, Chellise and I bring one digital camera, and one film camera for the day, switching and swapping as we swash along. Whelp, it's getting to be that time of year again, and that let's-go-take-a-walk-weather is calling. So in honor of film and nostalgia, here are some 35mm frames that we took last year. Looking forward to hanging out with our 2014ers, and getting to know them a little better before their big day.
Super honored + excited to have many of our images in New York Magazine Weddings Summer Issue.
Thanks NY Mag!
A few short weeks ago, we were asked to shoot the 2nd annual Patina Roller Jam (aka party of the century). The laundry list of incredible vendors they had supplying the good times is mind numbing. I'll do my best at mentioning them all below, but to give an overview… it went something like this: It was a roller skating-vintage furnished-color conditioned-icecream sandwich-pizza-cocktail-photoboothing-tattoo getting-warehouse party that was one hellofa good time… where everyone took their chances with wolves. Thanks to all who participated to make this such a memorable night. Chellise and I can't wait for next year's!
Big love to all who shared their time and energy:
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