Alicia rocking the shutter on a super fun shoot with Leslie and Nalei, full post coming soon!
It was a very cold day on the Jean Dry Lake Bed. Awesome sequin dress from the 80s? Check. Killer heels? Check. Retro green chairs? Check. Bottle of Jameson and a blanket to stay warm? Check. These two really didn’t need anything to keep warm, they were smoking hot from the get go and with hair and makeup guru Daniel and impromptu lighting assistant Marco we set out for the desert, had a complete blast and then made our way to Body English at The Hard Rock Hotel for some serious fun and bar tending hijinks. We’re extremely excited for their upcoming wedding so stay tuned for more hotness from these two!
We’ve been doing the Haskell’s photos for a few years now, and rarely do we have so much fun. This time was no exception, and Brian had picked out some cool spots, not your usual family photo locations, and you know that’s how we roll.
If you missed it, make sure to check out some past fun we had when we stuffed Kari and Brian into the cupcake case and also when they had an all out social media and smart phone battle in our studio last year.
Up before the sun came up ( this is midnight to us you realize), we were off to the end of the road (literally) and then up to the fire ravaged areas of Mt. Charleston for an ethereal look. I knew the fire came down Kyle Canyon but didn’t know just how far it had burned. We were also treated to a killer sunrise on the way there, and if you live in the valley or have ever seen a desert sunrise, you know what I mean.
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Punk rock Abbi, Cupcake tossing Lucy, Kari going visions of Ziggy Stardust on us with an awesome silver biker jacket and Brian promising waffles, what more can you ask for?