Silent Auction, acrobats, jugglers and a wine cellar to dream about
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the greatest show on earth, the fantastical 19th Annual Auction & Gala. Be prepared to be amazed, enchanted, amused & inspired as we celebrate Under the Big Top on March 2, 2013
Kindering, a wonderful company that has helped tens of thousands of children over the years, held their 19th Annual Auction & Gala and asked epiem to be a part of it.
Photobooth, Walkaround & Video Coverage for the ECCC LAS
Molly McIsaac and her crew of insanely talented artists pulled off yet another fabulous Live Art Show for this years 2013 Emerald City Comicon in Seattle!
The event was officially endorsed by Emerald City Comicon, and all of the art created during the live event was donated to the ECCC auction. The auction proceeds were donated to the Seattle Children's Hospital. Art for charity!
An except from the invite:
A look at the video and making of "I'm East African"
Check out the Vids! Behind the scenes and more info to follow!
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Themed Parties are the best
Researchers need to have fun too!
We had the pleasure of documenting this awesome 20s themed party at the Sorrento Hotel on First Hill in Downtown, Seattle with an epiem photobooth!
--and boy, do these guys know how to party!
Gorgeous, vintage outfits and themed props were all the rage:
Guinness Book of World Record Setting Snowball fight
Saturday, January 12th, 2013 went down in history for Seattle, wa. Snow Day powered by Carter Subaru benefiting the Boys and Girls Clubs of King County set an official Guinness World Record for the world's largest snowball fight with 5,834 participants!
epiem was there to catch all of the action!
We were brought onto the team of elite including Devin Graham (devinsupertramp) & Contour to capture all of the happy, smiling, snowball throwing funsies!
Our video will be up soon, in the mean time, please check out some of the photos:
An epiem portrait photography session
Abel "Sky Money" Fitwi has become a great friend over our time working together. Close like family. It's always a pleasure to work with this man.
He called me up a few weeks back to see how we were doing in Hawai'i. I told him we would be back to Seattle for a while on business and we should catch up.
Along with the suggestion, he had a great idea, he wanted to do an "in-studio" portrait shoot.