Industrial Flavor

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This shoot had me “falling” for way more than just the industrial flavor spread throughout its midst, and nothing heats up a chilly fall shoot more than having a real life couple absolutely radiate chemistry through each and every photo. Rachel and David could not have emulated our themes more. From David’s straight lined, elegantly black tuxedo all the way up to his crisply knotted bow tie, his image communicates nothing but the highest of formality and class. On the contrary, Rachel personifies our warmth, life and love (as every bride does). Her lace detailed dress portrays the cover of fall but yet still the openness and affection that skin to skin contact can create. This gorgeous couple could not blend in any better to the stylistic motif of Hickory Street Annex. Composed outwardly of orange brick with ivy climbing its face, this venue is fall in physical form. The element of elegance is made very apparent as soon as one steps inside. From its straight black beamed ceilings to its white washed interior, a lack of class is no concern for onlookers. All in all, every detail made this shoot special, but what made this day the most special for me was having my brother and sister in law drive all the way down from Chicago to capture these images alongside me. Nobody can love you like family can and having two individuals drive 934 miles to just take all of these amazing photos for me makes these images exude even more love and warmth than they already do.

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Melissa Shook



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