Thanks to all of our fans, our business has been booming. It’s time to expand and call in the big guns.
Photomuse is proud to introduce our new intern, Rochel Spangenthal!
Rochel hails from North Carolina and is presently studying Neuropsychology and Biology at Yeshiva University. During the day she is an Organic Chemistry whiz, but at night she transforms into a creative artist. Besides for being a photographer and active writer, she is an avid collector of useless facts and can often be found speaking to strangers because (as she phrases it) “people are awesome”. And without further ado, we’ll let Rochel speak for herself:
Hello fantastic people and photography enthusiasts! Pleasure to meet you. I just wanted to share a bit about why I’m ecstatic to join the Photomuse team.
As a single girl in my 20’s, it is expected for me to concern myself with the question of whom I’m going to marry. As a single photographer in my 20’s, I’ve been more occupied with fantasizing about who is going to be my wedding photographer (The groom is a minor detail).
For me, photography is magic. Gazing upon a perfect photo is like being sprinkled by a pinch of Tinkerbell’s fairy dust – you begin to fly and are transported to a land far far away. After spending countless hours scouring photography websites, I was dismayed that wedding photography seemed standardized. Tens of businesses presented a homogenous collection of poses with open spaces in which to paste a face in a white dress.
And I couldn’t find that magic. I had almost given up hope. Until I stumbled upon Photomuse. And suddenly, my faith in the world of photography was restored.
Kristin and Steven capture something intangible. A hope. An emotion. Their photos are not only reminiscent of an event, but an epic tale. Each image is a unique composite of past, present, and future tied into a single shot. Their photographs convey the magic, tension, and joy of your moment. They communicate your individual message. I’m thrilled to be allowed to partner together with them and you.
No couple is standard. Why should your photographs be?