It's not too late for Father's Day! We are offering a "fine art" print special. Most of you have seen our in-house "fine art" prints. The paper is thicker, colors are richer, black and whites feel very deep... If we've photographed you in the last 3 years and you've been waiting for the chance to get a ton of prints. Now is it.
A couple weeks ago we had the chance to photograph an intensely cool house... First we shot arial from a helicopter, then into the house. It's on a ski run in Park City. Ski in ski out. Incredibly huge and impeccably decorated and finished, the art collection in the house is fantastic. I'm trying not to sound like the realtor. Figured I'd give it a little air time before it's listed officially. If you are interested though, email Shanna. Enjoy.
For those that haven't heard of Prince Early yet... Well. OK. But now you have. Last second photo shoots often turn up with great results. Let me set the stage... 30 MPH winds, two little assistants that couldn't hold the light still, rapper in my brown pin-striped suit with shorts on because my pants were too short for him... My midnight blue sierra right next to us, doors open to direct thump his originals.
The controversial thing about Prince (not to be confused with "the artist formerly known as Prince") is that this Provo-based rapper brushes with topics as taboo as finding the right girl to marry. I know what your thinking. Wow, can't dance to it. Wrong. I always give it the jump rope test. If I can jump rope to it. It's got a decent beat. Princes rhymes passed. Don't get me wrong though, I can get down. Just ask my little Ava, she dances in the kitchen with me every morning.
Congrats to my staff on not totally losing it as Prince rapped into the light, as seen below.
I look forward to his next album and another shoot. I'll keep the terriyaki chicken warm man! Thanks.
Niki Worthen, co-stylist of many of our recent shoots, is beginning to teach classes on vintage styling...
She does a wonderful job and her use of texture and color and all things old always add so much to what we've done together. I asked her to describe the class for me...
"I am teaching classes on vintage inspired living. My class title is "Add a Little OOmph." I'm going to teach ways to add a little oomph to your home, wardrobe, self, and lifestyle through vintage peices. I will be teaching twice a month. The open house is this weekend, where people can come meet me and go over the details of each class and read my bio. I will be there from 2-6 both days."