A visual conversation with four photographer’s across the country.
The snow fell in Copper just as Elise wished. Elise and Kevin’s wedding day was perfect and I could not resist sharing two images from yesterday. Her flowers from Petal and Bean were beautiful and I loved the details incorporated – a handkerchief embroider with their names and wedding date, her mother’s baby bracelet for her something blue, and photos of her parents, Kevin’s parents, and grandparents wedding day.
Wish you the best honeymoon in India! Safe travels.
The surface of my desk is a patchwork quilt of bills, invoices, photography magazines, to do sticky notes, new promo cards, CF cards, and receipts. This is the spot where I spend my time when I’m not making photographs.
Early this morning, when I was still in bed, I awoke with excitement to start sharing a new photographic journey, The Continuous Project, with 3 other amazing photographers. For me, this is the start of a new body of work focusing on family. I’m excited to be inspired and pushed in new directions by these photographers and see where the process might lead. Focusing on creative will help me organize my visual thoughts and my desk!
The Continuous Project – Mission Statement: The purpose of The Continuous Project is to bring together photographers who have created a personal body of work over the course of at least several years, who share an interest in collaboration and want to continue to be inspired by a close network of photographers to share images they have already created and to continue to create new personal work.
Follow the other photographers participating in the Continuous Project as well.
In October, I traveled over to Viterbo, Italy for Karen and John’s wedding. Viterbo is a beautiful medieval town north of Roma full of history and charm. Their wedding was a 4 day event with a picnic to a historical site, a day by the pool at the villa eating prosciutto and drinking prosecco, the wedding day, and finally a beautiful brunch with amazing cheeses and even a waterfall of prosciutto.
To see the whole wedding, visit my website. www.photographyjulia.com
Jody, Drew, and I have been waiting for a big snow since November for their engagement shoot. The snow never came, but the 60 degree mid-winter Colorado weather sure did and we took it.
Their wedding date is set for July at the Lyons Farmette. It is going to be amazing and I cannot wait.