I know Rachel & Doug through my former second shooter Eve. They are the quintessential All-American couple with classic good looks, textbook etiquette, charm, manners and a grounded work ethic. When Rachel told me where is was to happen and showed me a picture of her dress, I simply jumped at the opportunity to flex some creative muscle and do justice to her fairytale wedding. Even though it was 50 degrees with a wind chill that put it in the 40’s, everyone put their game face on, drank a little more, and celebrated all the hard work Rachel & Doug did to make this happen. Enjoy!
I’ve known Cat for several years now and have watched her popularity grow. Well-deserved since she is in a “cat”egory all her own (eh, cheesy but had to..) I told her I wanted to do a Rolling Stone type interview/pictorial of her. She smoothly replied “cool”. How appropriate. I chose to do it in her home because I wanted us to experience her as she fundamentally is: an old school singer/songwriter. As for the interview, I’ll let her music speak for her.
On two separate occasions I had the chance to work with Angela Caba of Angela Caba Designs in NYC to create some uniquely stylized shoots. First we hit Central Park on one of the very first days of snow in December to produce a series of a bride in emerald green accent. The second was a custom designed couture creation meant to mimic the cherry blossom blooms. We used a location in NY that had them in full bloom.