Joanna and Christoper had their wedding at the Brookfield Zoo and they seemed to look a bit too tasty to the Lion. Thank goodness for the thick glass between them! Scary.
Check out Jordan Sims and Benjamin Cargill blog post on theweddingpost.net!We are very excited to have the show our photos, it was such a perfect and fun day. Enjoy!
We have been helping new clients like hipsters takes to skinny jeans. One of our newest is Noble Toy Company, which is currently working a kickstarter campaign and killing it, click on over and help them out if you can.Noble Toys have been pushing our photos out and recently got them in Time Out Chicago’s Hipsqueak section, check it out here.
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Photographer:Ocken Photography(Chris Ocken + Mona Luan) / Ceremony + Reception:South Shore Cultural Center/ Wedding Planner:Five Grain Events(Sara Balsom) / Dress:Pronovias(purchased atWedding Belles) / Bride’s Shoes:Badgley Mischka/ Groom’s Attire:Joseph A. Bank/ Invitations:Fitzgerald’s Fine Stationery/ Cake:Sugar Fixe Patisserie(Oak Park) / Desserts:Food for Thought/ Flowers:Life Made Pretty(Adrianna Amarei) / Caterer:Food for Thought
Ceremony + Reception:South Shore Cultural Center
Wedding Planner:Five Grain Events(Sara Balsom)
Dress:Pronovias(purchased atWedding Belles)
Bride’s Shoes:Badgley Mischka/ Groom’s Attire:Joseph A. Bank
Invitations: Fitzgerald’s Fine Stationery
Cake:Sugar Fixe Patisserie(Oak Park) / Desserts:Food for Thought
Flowers:Life Made Pretty(Adrianna Amarei) / Caterer:Food for Thought
It’s very funny, I shot a photograph of a Rhino at the Little Rock, Arkansas Zoo in 1996 when I was working or the Associated Press. I keep seeing that photo all over the place, I just saw it in the Houston Chronical. I have seen it in papers in Europe. I seemed to be haunted by a photo o a rhino, and that’s a good thing! What do you think?
Ocken Photography can help you create some pretty darn fantastic personalized holiday cards (if we do say so ourselves, click here for proof!), but it all begins with a portrait session. And since this is the season of getting together, why not have some fun and get your pix for free?
Talk with your friends and family, and as you’re making plans to get together in the coming weeks, consider inviting Ocken Photography to the occasion. Gather two other families, couples, pets, babies, or kids who would like a holiday portrait session–whether that’s in their Halloween costume, decked out for Turkey Day, or in their Christmasy best–and your portrait session will be complementary (when they’re all done on the same day in the same location).
The pictures will be placed online to view, order, and share (you can give them as gifts, you know), or you can purchase the high-res CD of your images from the session.
Once we’ve created the images, Ocken Photography can work with you to design a holiday card that’s sure to garner a prime spot on the mantle at every home it’s sent to. Give us a call or shoot us an email to get your holiday portrait session (with or without the party) on the books!