It has been a very crazy week or so filled with many spectacular moments. Though we have been incredibly busy, we are having so much fun! Last weekend Jeff rode in the Tour de Palm Springs, I had to get up early on Valentine’s Day, but it was worth it to support my hubby as he took off on a 65 mile bike ride around Palm Springs. As Jeff left on his ride I snapped a few photos, then shouted that “I loved him”, later he told me that he got choked up a bit when he heard me. Ahhh, a little romance for Valentine’s Day!
After the trip to Palm Springs, we headed back on the road to Vegas for the WPPI (Wedding Portrait Photographers International) convention which was an amazing experience for us! We met up with several other photographers for some networking, attended a few parties for photographers, walked the floor at the trade show and looked at all the exciting things being offered in our industry. We truly are a part of something great in the photography industry and we both feel so honored to do what we do!
The highlight of our trip was our couple shoot we did of Kylee & Franjo. The two recently were engaged this past December and will be getting married November 14th. Both of them were so excited about there engagement photos, over dinner one night Franjo mentioned to Kylee that he wanted to do some sort of James Bond or Monte Carlo theme. We were stoked to hear this and what better place to make it happen then Vegas baby! Word got out of our shoot and we were approached by Kerry Garrison and David Esquire of CameraDojo to shoot some video of Jeff & I shooting our session. This was going to be an exciting shoot!
We met up with the couple, at the Paris Hotel and then took the show over to the Bellagio. The two looked AMAZING!!! Franjo in his white tux jacket & Kylee with a long flowing chocolate brown Calvin Klein gown. We were so excited to have such a fabulous looking couple who were ready to have fun and rock it Vegas Style!
We had such a great time! Congratulation to Kylee & Franjo… and a special thanks to Kerry & David for the great video coverage!