@eastmadeeventco and I have been deep in discussion about a potential 2019 destination workshop in my favorite city ever! Fingers crossed we can make it happen. Keep an eye out for the announcement! ❤️
Sharing this beautiful photo with an issue I feel I’ve been running into a lot lately. We had an incredible team of talented vendors in Paris who put their heart, soul, time, and money into all of the amazing editorials we put together. Multiple times a week since these images were released, I’ve been alerted by followers and friends by other people using these images - on their social media accounts, their Instagram pages, their websites, and more. While they’re (sometimes) credited correctly, I’m starting to feel really frustrated about the use of these photos beyond those who contributed. I’ve had countless planners and stylists (among others, but they seem to be the biggest repeat offenders) repost them with captions talking about their own work - and then at the bottom a tiny note that says they had nothing to do with this shoot. I want this to stop. It is dishonest, it is lying, and it is stealing. Those who didn’t work on this shoot have no right to use the images taken by me for their own gain, to build their following, or to book new clients. I don’t care if credit is given, it is not RIGHT to post work you had nothing to do with. I feel like I’ve sat back long enough and ignored it, and I’m at the end of my rope. I don’t know who started this in this industry, but I’m done and it needs to be stopped. // Image taken by me, styled by @eastmadeeventco, florals @trillefloral, makeup @staciefordweddings, hair @frankgiacone_bride_atelier_, models @drewcalder and @ninehenny, gown @marchesafashion, calligraphy @shastabellcalligraphy, ring @victorbarbonejewelry.