The number one question is get from people is, "Why do you need so many photographers?" Short answer = ANGLES
Long answer = We specialize in large-scale, luxury events for people who truly understand art and the preservation of memories. If this could be done with one person, it would be called Stellar Images. Interstellar is a collection of photographers who are passionate about what they do and they are part of a team that is interested in using their skills to make something memorable. Your biggest moments in life are captured between stars
This set of images shows us how FOUR strategically placed photographers immortalize one piece of your history. Ideally the lead (me) is placed at the front to capture the direct, "cant-miss" coming down the aisle shots and is the only person under the chuppah for the ceremony, as your family. Second photographer is off to the side on a chair or ladder, shooting perpendicular to the aisle because some of ya'll get carried away with your dancing and we can see a wide of all the action. Third photographer is behind the bride and focused in on the groom for his reaction, in addition to priceless guests reactions. Fourth photographer is the ninja, who catches those full room shots and the magic of the entire ceremony from above and afar.
Yes, sometimes I have a fifth person in the ballroom capturing details before guests rush in after the ceremony, but this is only when planners don't give me info on the timeline.
Venue | @fswestlake
Planning + Design | @after8eventplanning
Videography | @davidmedillproductions
DJ | @djmajorla
Entertainment | @tlv.band
Catering | @beverlycatering#wedding#photography#love#light#passion#losangeles#california#gang#sony#alpha#firework#saturday#inspiration#beauty
"When the wind's knocked out of me.
Only one thing that can be the cure and bring me to my feet...
This is my everything. Come do your worst, this is my obsession. I chose this life, and I've found my own direction."
я не знаю, на что я надеялся.
I don't know what I was hoping for.
This picture was taken at a health class this week and I was reminded for the 1,000,000,000th time how much I love what I do.
I don't sell products... I get to give people hope. Hope for their health. Hope for their future. Hope for their dreams. And in some cases, hope to begin dreaming for the first time in a long time, or forever even.
In Arbonne, we jokingly call ourselves "hope dealers", but truthfully, I don't think that's far off. I'm so grateful that my mom dealt our family Arbonne 18 years ago so that I can help my family now.... from the inside out, I am a completely different person than I was pre-Arbonne. Anyone who knows me before Arbonne will testify to this!
This opportunity and these products transform lives and I'm so grateful I get to be a small part of it all. They say when you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life... and that's truly how I feel.
The laughs, the fun, the excitement and the inspiration that all took place here could never feel like "work"... but I'm so glad that it's my "work" 😉