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Sharing images as a wedding photographer used to be incredibly easy. You had your website, maybe a Facebook page, probably a blog. All new content immediately got a blog post…and that was pretty much it! Now there are so many ways to share images, be social, and connect with clients and friends.
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I have been patiently waiting for this Epson Finish Strong ad to be published so that I could share. I just saw it in both the PPA magazine and Shutterbug so…
I am so deeply, incredibly, humbly honored to have been featured in an ad for Epson. That’s me, on the left, clinging precariously with my best yoga strength, to a bridge in Venice, California. Below are our charming models, trying to not float too far afield. Above me is the powerhouse talent of Joe McNally, taking the aerial shot. All around us are the incredible people from Joe’s team, Epson America, and M&C Saatchi.
I remember seeing these Epson Finish Strong ads before, but never knew the behind-the-scenes work that went into creating the finished product.
Thank you, Epson, for the opportunity. I am more grateful than you will ever know.
In 2009 I stumbled across a show called Project Runway. It was the sixth season of the show and I was immediately hooked. Every week I faithfully came back to watch, whether they were reconstructing wedding gowns or creating new stage outfits for Christina Aguilera. It was fascinating to watch the designers grapple with each challenge and my favorite quickly emerged as a young self-taught designer from South Carolina named Carol Hannah Whitfield. Her work was fresh, charming, and deceptively intricate. I remember thinking “That woman should design wedding dresses.”