Summer Boho Inspired Shoot

We have been sitting tight on this fantabulous shoot from last summer until it got published on The Wedding Row recently, so we are so excited to finally share it on our own blog!

First, take a peek at our short film from the shoot, shot solely on iPhones. Sean himself composed the soundtrack, and we incorporated a Walt Whitman poem, which we had our wonderful muse Maggie read. Our dear friend Shane Greer is responsible for the audio engineering. Many thanks to him.

http://www.seanmoney-elizabethfay.com/ Film by Sean Money + Elizabeth Fay Music by Sean Money Audio Engineering by Shane Greer Poem by Walt Whitman

Special thanks to Sara York Grimshaw Designs for the amazing floral crowns that Maggie is wearing. The super rad gilded skull and wildebeest skull came from Arsenal Designed. Check out their shop in South Windemere for all sorts of treasures. Her various dresses came from Urban Outfitters, Free People, and Nasty Gal.

Nameless Numberhead Gets Silly With Us

How do we express how ridiculous and hilarious and ridiculously hilarious Henry and Maari of Nameless Numberhead are? We can't. Just go see their show! They had us laughing our pants off during our shoot and while looking through all these shots AND of course at their show at Theater 99 that we had the pleasure of catching. Do it! It's so worth it. To find upcoming show dates, go HERE.

And we gotta say that being a creative couple ourselves, it was so cool to shoot another couple in a different creative field. So we definitely had to take a photo together. With whigs. Duh.

And thank you to Amy, our cutie pie assistant for the day, who captured the above shot for us. 

Last but not least, thank you to Dan Wilson, owner of Fortissimo Studio, for the perfect location for our shoot. Tons of space plus a red and gold hand stenciled wall?! Yes please. 

Street Yogi

Amanda B Yoga and I wandered the streets of Charleston one glorious morning, and she got her yoga on - all over the place! She's pretty darn awesome and even had me in an almost-headstand in a few tries at the end of our shoot. I'm gonna need a little more practice though if I am going to be doing splits against a wall and all that business. Check out this girls skills! And go to one of her classes!

-Elizabeth

Live with Atlas Road Crew

Music pretty much makes the world go 'round, so any opportunity we get to capture musicians in their element, we are there. This past December, we had the pleasure of shooting for Atlas Road Crew at Music Farm, and it was a fan-fucking-tastic show. Lucky for us, we get to shoot for these guys again for album their release show. Check out their new album Halfway to Hopkins (listen below), get pumped up because of how awesome it is, and then get your booty to the show this Friday night 3/20 at Music Farm in Charleston, SC. Balloons, inflatable sharks and rock 'n roll. Need we say more?