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Amy, oh Amy! What an awesome portrait session! I have known Amy for close eight years as a great friend, constant inspiration and ally in the photo biz. She is the owner and much celebrated primary photographer of C Studios. I have been an associate photographer of hers for years, as well, and when she asked me to photograph her for the launch of her new branding and blog-site, I was stoked! If you know Amy, you know that she is bright, happy, bubbly and ultra-personable! Despite claiming that she is shy, she totally rocked it out in front of the camera!
The ever-impressing Melissa Roshan completed Amy's vision for a vintage-mod look with her stunning makeup artistry! We hoped around the Short North and found some killer locations to shoot against. Check out Amy's current blog here!
The owner of the property was so gracious to invite us into his garden and home for this session. I was in serious sensory overload when I walked onto this property. It was so beautifully and creatively decorated with such an overwhelming feeling of peace- I mean this is the kind of place that dreams are made of. I love how meaningful the environment was to Chris and Christine and I absolutely love the way they shared their relationship in front of the camera.
Thank you, Andy, for so happily opening your home and garden to us. And, THANK YOU Chris and Christine for allowing me to photograph you!
The evening began with an intimate interview with the band by Victor Zancudo of 1492 Magazine. After their inspiring words, we could only imagine what we were in store for with this incredible performance. We all have those moments in our lives when we feel our spirits lifted and we feel truly alive. The performance brought that and even more to me. There were moments when I simply had to put my camera down, put my task aside, and really absorb the music. It was a true honor to meet and photograph them- a night I will never forget.
To learn more about BAJOFONDO and hear their music, click here. Click here to learn more and hear Gustavo Santaolallo's music- my recommendation: "De Ushuaia La Quiaca"