It was freezing outside. None of us had much feeling in our fingers for most of the shoot–and to think, I almost didn’t wear my jacket.
Mel and I have been exploding with new ideas lately, and found ourselves all over the place, trudging through the grunge, even revisiting old locations with new eyes, trying to get what’s in our heads out to share with you. Meredith & John were fantastic, laughing and giggling the whole way. For anyone who is picturing John giggling right now, I should take a moment to stop and point out that it was John who was laughing (manly, grrr), and Meredith who was giggling.
On the flip side, they were also really good at looking like the awesomeness. For those of you who didn’t do so the first time around, please re-read “the awesomeness” in a Zoolander voice. Ok, moving along.
There are so many from this shoot that I’m really excited about posting–but this one really grabbed my eye–the lines, the light, the color–I had to put it up.
Because they were having such a good time throughout the freezingness, Mel and I both thought that we should post one of those images too. So we’re going to.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot. At one point, we ended up on the roof of the parking garage. As the doors to to the elevator opened, we were greeted by some kids making out <<insert funky music, here>>. Good hiding spot from their moms, I suppose. I mean, who in their right mind is going to go on the 5th floor of an open parking garage when it’s freezing and windy outside, right?
Well, after we burst onto the scene and started shooting like mad, they quickly ran off to a new hiding place. I never would have found them… had I not looked towards the other side of the parking garage. What was the point of that story?
I needed an interesting title for this blog post.
Talk to you tomorrow!