Posted on December 4, 2013
Posted on October 28, 2013
Since I got this tie from Bruno piatelli I have done nothing but stare at it on end, I haven’t done that since my mum handed me my first pair of Nikes. I love this tie, aside the beautiful polo inspired all-over print, it nails a four-in-hand knot so well it makes me almost want to go to bed with them. I am not ready to break this baby out just yet; when the time comes I am going to be the recipient of a lot of envious stare downs, until that happens I am on a hunt for a new navy suit worthy to pair with. If you are ever in need of adding some color to your tie collection it won’t hurt to try burgundy, it’s masculine and chic, a definite choice if you are in the blue shirt and red tie combo class.
(photo: Allen Coleman)
Posted on October 2, 2013
Is that a three button jacket you got there? I absolutely love the reactions I get from my recent collection of three button suits. For years I thought the three button jacket was strictly for the old guys in the accounting department until I started paying close attention to this beautiful piece of a garment. This three button jacket from PAL ZILERI is my favorite out of my collection, it definitely lives up to its high end reputation.
Another blue tie? Yes another blue tie for 100th time. Majority of the ties I own are blue, I simply love the color in both solid and patterned, a refreshing break from the stiff black ties in the office. shirt by TM Lewin,Jacket by Pal Zileri,Tie by Andrew’s collection,Vintage pocket square,corduroy pants by st. john’s bay,Loafers by Johnston & Murphy
Posted on September 19, 2013
Once the posts stop trickling in, you knows something is big is coming, insert grin here. I know I have been going on about shooting my first wedding for a hot minute and I thought you guys deserve to see a little bit of my work. I picked out this photo as the winner of my favorite photo battle simply because it makes me smile all the time. I hope all the photos I took take this couple down the same lane when they go through the photos I took. Shooting this couple was so fun, I think I am finally getting my head around the emotional roller coaster of capturing day that will live forever in some hearts, and it’s truly a blessing. I love the way the branches frame the subjects but what always takes the cake for me is the emotion, no lighting technique or photography can create emotion, it’s the magic of keeping it forever that makes this fun to do…peace !
photo : allen coleman
Posted on August 21, 2013