A few weeks ago I spent the morning in Rome, Italy with the lovely Tanya of Busara Flora, capturing photos of her exploring the Eternal City for her beautiful fine art floral design brand. As a Rome film photographer, the light and color palette of this ancient Italian city were the perfect backdrop to showcase her joyful, luminous personality. Tanya was the first of our Instagram giveaway winners, and it was truly such an honor for me to be able to create images that not only reflected her brand but also to document her love of traveling the world as a solo female. Scroll down for all of the beauty!
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Just as the sun began to rise over the elegant Baroque buildings surrounding the Piazza di Trevi, Tanya and I met at the breathtakingly beautiful Trevi Fountain to spend a few moments capturing photos before the crowd of tourists arrived. We bonded over our shared love of all things Italian and threw pennies into the fountain for luck.
After, we were off to explore the colorful Roman streets, stopping in front of the beautiful Palazzo Cipolla whose orange sherbet hued exterior so perfectly complimented Tanya’s breezy golden sun dress. It seemed like each little street we turned on was more charming and picturesque than the last.
The moment that Tanya and I came upon this beautiful piazza lined with perfectly patinaed blush-pink buildings accented with Baroque frescos we knew we had to stop to take a few photos. At this point the city had begun to wake up, with Romans starting their morning commutes, and we were interrupted by several Vespas wizzing (dangerously close) by, but our patience paid off. This was actually my favorite location in the entire city. The things we will do to get the perfect shot!
The doors of Europe never cease to take my breath away, and Rome is no exception. I loved all of the arched doorways and loved the pop of color of this forest green door against Tanya’s chic linen jacket and trousers.
Finally, we concluded our morning at the historic Sant’Eustachio Il Caffe for a classic Italian espresso. Days like these make me so incredibly grateful for my job. Being given the opportunity to meet some of the most amazing people in the most beautiful destinations across the world, and to be able to memorialize the most important moments of their lives is truly a gift I will forever cherish.