This wedding has an absolutely crazy story attached to it. But it's not so blog friendly if you happen to be interested just ask! I also wanted to give Laura a big shoutout! She made so many of the awesome details for her wedding. She hand drew her invitations, she made the cake toppers, and she designed these awesome little cups of candy for her guests. This girl is seriously talented and I'm so glad that we were able to be there for her wedding day. On top of all of that, we even had an opportunity to work with some great people. Mike Hendzel of Henzel Productions worked video for the day and Sharokina of City Girl Just to name a few!
After months of work with the creators of Specimen Products, I have finally finished my documentary on the Sonic Arboretum! I couldn't be more excited about the project and what it means for my business. I initially contacted Specimen looking to produce a documentary about hand made goods produced locally in Chicago. I had thought it was going to take me forever to find a company willing to let me use them as my test subject, but Specimen was on board from the start! First I was going to focus on the custom guitars that they design and create at their shop, but shortly after starting they told me about their biggest collaborative, The Sonic Arboretum. Their idea was beautiful, they would team up with the amazingly talented Andrew Bird to create a garden of sound that would flow through the Museum of Contemporary Art using their impressive line of speakers and amplifiers. I was immediately brought on with new concept, and I was lucky enough to be there every step of the way. Check out all the images below from the production of the Horn Speakers and Tube Amplifiers to the concert at the MOCA.