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Portraits for Neiman Marcus Executives

Portrait work is yet another facet of photography that gives us great joy. A good portrait has the power to say a lot about you, to project a statement about yourself and your image. So we were pleased and honored when Stacey Karesh, the Manager of Public Relations for Neiman Marcus Westchester, contacted us to request portraits for herself and for Beth Sharkey, the Vice President and General Manager. As both of them were beautiful, confident and accomplished women, they were winning subjects for our camera, and we genuinely enjoyed their photo sessions.

As many of our brides know, Neiman Marcus Westchester is a leader in the region when it comes to keeping the community up-to-date on contemporary fashion trends. With a broad selection of luxury merchandise and superior customer service to match, you won’t lack for anything when visiting this beautiful store. We look forward to working with them again in the future.

P.S. – A kind note of thanks to Lina, Stacey’s assistant, whose help with hot tea and water saved Jenni’s throat during her bout of laryngitis.

  • jessica - You did a really great job scouting the location-the second one is esp. impactfull to me with the great composition of the line of dresses in the background drawing your eye right to her.March 10, 2008 – 5:32 PM

  • Ulysses - Thank you, Jessica! We enjoyed walking around the store and looking at the environments they had in mind for the photos. There was actually a bit of construction going on in the store, so a smartly positioned rack of clothing hid all of that very well, while still providing a pretty compliment to Stacey’s fun personality. The other photo gave us a clean and undistracting backdrop for Beth, who is to be the subject of an upcoming article in a regional magazine.March 9, 2008 – 12:25 PM

  • jessica - I really love the first one-the lighting is just so clean + crisp. Makes me want to do some environmental portraiture!March 9, 2008 – 12:19 PM

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