We are thrilled to share the bridal portraits of the 2013 Atlanta NotBride taken by Joe of O’Studios. The light, the styling, those flowers… we are in awe!
From Joe: “Fashion photography has always been a secret passion of mine so I decided to go with a high-fashion shoot based on Andy Warhol’s muse, Edie Sedgewick. Andy named her the “Queen of the Factory” in that her beauty, and overall essence, captivated his factory studio. Edie was a true light in a dark place, and darkness always seemed to find her…this, however doesn’t negate the fact that her beauty and innocence always shined within the shadows. The concept was easy…take a gorgeously styled bride and place her in harsh/dilapidated surroundings and let her beauty and soul take the reins.”
And a sweet note from Sherry of Gertie Mae’s Floral Studio about the experience: “Working with Joe O’Daniels on this shoot was nothing less than incredible! He is super talented, open to ideas spurred within the group, and his presence is like an old friend you’ve known for years. I believe he is one of the rising stars in the industry and I was honored to have the opportunity to collaborate with him!”
You can see many more photos from this session by visiting O’Studios’ blog.
Location: Pullman Yard, Atlanta
NotWedding Bride & Groom: Zac & Lauren Harrison
Florist and Location Props: Gertie Mae’s Floral Studio
Dresses: Fabulous Frocks of Atlanta
Hair & Make-up: Claudia Mejerle
Stylist: Anna Hopkins
We were so excited to see this shoot published on The Bride’s Cafe yesterday. This was Joe’s first time being published on a wedding blog, and we are certain it won’t be the last!