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I’m thankful for the opportunity to demonstrate the potential of Celebrated Living and so pleased with the results of my collaboration with Sr. Art Director Brian Smith and Editor in Chief Anna Fialho Byers.
Daphne Vermeulen, Chicas Photo Productions and this year’s Road Warriors — Becca, David, Ashley, Malcolm and Tim — enthusiastically rose to the challenge of an ambitious photoshoot. It was a fantastic collaboration.
Meet the Road Warriors.
Photography by Daphne Vermeulen with assistant Inge Van Altena; Styling by Anouck Goudsmit; Hair & Makeup by Franceen Denbow; Production by Marcia De Goede/Chicas Photo Productions; Wardrobe courtesy DLG; Jewelry & Watches courtesy Freeport Jewelers; Props courtesy Chicas Photo Productions & SBR
Three Halloween revelers come upon a scary Victorian mansion, cautiously approach the front door and find themselves in the midst of a fancy masquerade ball. Their horrifying predicament is ultimately mundane and relatable — they're underdressed at a chic party.
I defined the narrative and aviator character and asked Red Nose Studio to develop additional characters and bring it all to life. I’m thrilled with the results.
Team Robert Dahey delivered a tour de force performance at this year’s Road Warrior photoshoot, and this year’s Road Warriors — Flory, Ruban, Gillian, Jerry and Nish — responded in kind. My “Warriors on the Move” concept was taken in stride by all.
Meet the Road Warriors.
Photography by Robert Dahey with assistants Jerome Brua, Kyle Ong, Jair Flores, Ryan Torres, and Quentin Andersen; Wardrobe by Devon Barnes with Jenna Barnes and Lisa Winans; Makeup by Flora Wade; Hair by Aurora Dewey
Team Randal Ford executed my “Thanksgiving in Vegas” concept with panache. The turkey is gorgeous. And that bird ain’t too shabby, either.
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Photography by Randal Ford with assistants Austin Lochheed and Emily McCartney; Food Styling by Stephanie Greenwood; Hair & Makeup by Randi Rogers; Wardrobe by Sally Schnitzius; Retouching by Gigantic Squid; G.P. “The Riot” Theriot IV is Elvis.
To prepare a large cast of busy VIPs for a long photo session, I asked them to consider the historical significance of their group portrait.