This girl is very near and dear to our hearts. Although Chance is not a senior QUITE yet, we jumped a the opportunity to photograph her. You could safely say that she is basically my (Destany’s) sister, and is about as awesome and strong willed as they come. We love you Chance! We can’t wait to do your REAL senior photos.
Ps. Hit this lady up if you see her on at school, she has a whole mess of $50 off postcards she would love to give out. 🙂
Last one to prove I did it! Haha.
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We absolutely LOVE engagement shoots. This one in particular envolved a whole mess of classic cars (and classic car parts) and a location that knocked our socks off. This gorgeous space is owned by Matt and his family who happen to have a real passion for history and automobiles, and we just can’t get enough of it! I’m fairly certain we spent more time goofing off and touring the space than serious, hard photographing BUT after the dust settled (literally) we could easily see these two were made for each other. Matt and Stephanie, we are SO lucky to be photographing your wedding this summer. We can’t wait!
Hello Colagrossi Studio friends! Get ready for the longest, most swoonworthy wedding post to date. Megan and Jonny’s wedding in West Palm Beach, Fl was a blast from start to finish. Even though we mostly talked via skype and email, Megan and Jonny treated us like family during our weekend stay. Megan had the most beautiful idea to photograph their first sunrise as husband and wife the day after the wedding. The photos turned out awesome, and the experience was one to remember. Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Blank, thank you SO much for including us in your gorgeous wedding day!!
MITCH IS DONE WITH HIS SENIOR PROJECT! And we have the lovely lady below to thank. As some of you might know, Mitch had chosen to undertake an intensive year-long study on high-fashion through the 20th century as his graduating project for his BFA. Last night’s 30’s inspired shoot wrapped up the last decade he needed before going to print!
Because I can’t seem to keep my hands off of a camera, I decided to cross shoot for my own purposes. HUGE thanks to the lovely Tarah Ihrie for modeling for us last minute. She and her husband are also incredibly talented photographers (we tend to stick to our own kind haha). Below are a few snapshots from my point of view, Mitch’s entire project will be featured online after his exhibition April 13th at the Jeffrey R. Krull Gallery.
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