We’re so honored to have incredible photographer, Nicole Lapierre, share with us a styled engagement session that she captured at Ginny Au’s Loom Curated workshop. It’s inspiring how Ginny teaches photographers to not be intrusive, but to allow a couple to find their own rhythm. I love this approach to photography. Every couple is complex, unique and has a beautiful story waiting to be told. So it’s a photographers mission to discover that story. She shares “The principle of Loom is to restrict their direction and push them to use their cameras as a tool that forces them to preserve moments as they naturally progress.” Thus in return allows the couple to be intimate and the permission to express themselves in a way that comes natural to them. And what is the end result? A story that’s emotional and authentically them. Yes. Yes. And YES!
Taken at the Erich McVey Workshop in Elk, California at Cuffey’s Cove Ranch | Photography Nicole Lapierre Photography | Creative Direction & Styling Ginny Au for Loom assisted by Charlene Tea | Art Direction Kaela Rawson for Loom | Hair & Makeup Emily Newman & Kaela Rawson | Floral Designer Soil & Stem assisted by Tess Comrie | Original Charcoal Art Zin Lim | Anthony’s Pants J.Crew | Anthony’s Shirt Acne Studios | Hanna’s Top Anthropologie | Models: Tony and Hannah Culver for Muse Model Management | Sponsors Heirloom Bindery | PhotoVision | Fuji Film | Pixieset | Once Wed | Make & Stow