I own a beautiful old brass lens from the turn of the century, and it’s horrible.
Katie and I went to high school together in Libertyville, many years ago. When planning for her wedding with Bill, I don’t she think talked to any photographers besides me; during our first meeting, she said she trusted me.
Once, Ricky was asked by Jenny what it meant to be Mexican. He had to think about it for a while, but his response was, “Sharing food with people you love.”
What if I told you that for three days of the year, in one very special place, all of the worlds heroes and villains converge in one vast hall?
On a bookshelf in the Bucktown loft that Travis and Julie share is a shelf full of Lonely Planets from at least ten different countries. On top of that shelf is a plastic float that has “Will you marry me Julie?” on it.
Last Wednesday (coincidentally, my 30th birthday) I was in San Francisco with Jack, walking around SoMa, with my camera of course. I saw a woman leaning against a wall, talking on her cell, and snapped a photo. Not the greatest photo – if I had to do it over, I’d have used a lens capable...
Katie & Matt’s engagement session took place on a rather frosty Chicago day. Despite the cold, Katie and Matt laughed and chatted happily throughout our shoot. These guys had great chemistry together, and it really made my job easy – I love it when I can just let a couple be themselves!
I bought some tulips from the Flower & Garden show last week. They are now dying. Yet even so, their passing falls through endless states of grace, even at the last.
In collaboration with Naturally Yours Events, I am once again giving away an amazing styled engagement shoot!
Having moved here recently from Durham, North Carolina, Samantha Dockery of Bliss By Sam Events wanted portraits that reflected her new home, and State Street around the Chicago Theatre was the perfect place.
If you’re a devotee of any art, you probably have your own crushes, idols and heroes – those whose style you lust after, those that you wish you could be, and those that inspire you, respectively.
I first met Darren Allen-Dunn while I was at a trade show. I remember thinking to myself, “Damn, I wish I dressed as sharp as this guy.” Darren is an event designer and producer out of Chicago, and we only had the chance to talk for a moment, but we did get to trade business...