The big picture

Anthologie gallery begins to take form

With every new home it takes awhile before the personality of its owners is reflected in the interior. John and I finally had the opportunity to show a bit more of who we are by installing some of our favorite Anthologie images yesterday at 18 Bridge Square, Northfield.

The four massive giclees (38×38 inches each) welcome all who enter our new headquarters and take the viewer on a journey through a piece of life’s continuum, beginning with our favorite baby, Logan, and finishing with our favorite bride and groom, Philip and Virginia.

John and I are thrilled with the lush black ink quality of the prints and the immediate impact of each composition. And the crystal clear LED lighting is the perfect (and most efficient) accent. We were able to get the prints installed just in time for Northfield’s Girls Nite Out.

The rain did put a damper on our original plan to offer complimentary mini lifestyle sessions to the Girls Nite Out participants. However, despite the rain, John and I were able to make some great connections with the visitors who did stop by to check out our work and see what Anthologie is all about.

Thanks to all who took the time to visit with us. We’re already looking forward to next year!

Toast to the town

Anthologie to sponsor Northfield Girls Nite Out Friday

Strap on your best heels and dig out that little black dress, Friday night is ladies night and Anthologie will be on hand capture every moment. Join us for Girls Nite Out 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. in downtown Northfield.

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John and I will introduce ourselves to the community and give all the girlfriends participating a sample of what Anthologie has in store with our new location at 18 Bridge Square.

Starting at ticket registration, we will be out on the town photographing candid moments of the evening. Women sporting Girls Nite Out pink wristbands will be able to flag us down for an impromptu lifestyle photography session out on the street. So be sure to purchase a ticket at Sisters UglyThe Rair Pair or Women & Kids on Division to see firsthand the significance in capturing an unscripted moment among friends.

So look for the guys in the black polo shirts with the big camera bags cruising the square. We'd love to meet you and share your story! Photographs of you and your girlfriends shopping, walking or simply talking will be available for purchase via our website following the event.

Be sure to purchase a ticket in order to be eligible for a drawing featuring wonderful prizes from area businesses, including a special giveaway from Anthologie!