Jamie Chung for Acqua Panna | Los Angeles Lifestyle Photographer
As a Los Angeles Lifestyle Photographer, working with clients like Jamie Chung is just part of my job description. Have I mentioned how much I love my job?! Except that this particular shoot took us all the way to Italy! Florence, and Tuscany to be exact!
It’s true, I don’t just shoot weddings! From time to time I also work with fashion influencers and celebrity clientele. This shoot with Jamie Chung was a brand campaign for Acqua Panna. Acqua Panna is an Italian brand of bottled water. It’s also one of the largest bottled water brands in the world! The brand derived its name from Villa Panna which resides in the hills of Tuscany, where the natural spring was discovered. But, I’m getting ahead of myself!
Have you ever been to Italy? The views are amazing, the weather is gorgeous, and you are completely surrounded by ancient historical architecture!
For this trip, Jamie and I took in all of the sights, sounds, and flavors that Florence & Tuscany have to offer.
Florence is located in the heart of Tuscany and is known in particular to be the birthplace of the Renaissance art movement. You can still see its strong influence in the city today, with Forbes naming Florence as one of the most beautiful cities in the world to visit! On the day that we shot these photos, there was an amazing blanket of beautiful glowing sunlight while we walked around the city. Making it an ideal (dream) situation to use the city’s architecture as our backdrop! The gorgeous sunlight paired with Jamie’s high fashion looks highlighted the beauty of Italy.
Jamie worked with a variety of looks for this campaign and she makes each outfit look so effortlessly chic. I am kind of obsessed with her style! Not to play favorites, but wait until you check out her all-white look for our gondola tour of Florence, amazing!
PS: If you want to check out more of my work as a Los Angeles Lifestyle Photographer while you’re here, this post has a collection of some of my all-time favorite images!
Until next time, stay inspired