Meagan & Travis The Langham Rockefeller Memorial Chapel Spiaggia Restaurant July 20, 2014 Chicago, IL


Meagan & Travis

The Langham
Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
Spiaggia Restaurant
Chicago, IL
Saturday, July 20, 2014

Jason Kaczorowski Photography © 2014

(above) Meagan looks stunning in her designer wedding gown by haute couture designer Inbal Dror at The Langham hotel Chicago
(above) Meagan & Travis stand on opposite sides of a mirror choosing not to see one another before coming down the aisle yet feel one another’s presence.

Preparation The Langham
Ceremony Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
Reception Spiaggia Restaurant
Invitations Smitten on Paper
Dress Inbal Dror
Hair Glam Rock Squad
Make-Up Danielle Rochon
Floral Richard Remiard Event Design
Transportation (Bridal) Top Fleet
Transportation (Guests) Chicago Trolley & Double Decker
Lighting Okyne Medialab
Beats Okyne Medialab
Gifts Garrett’s Popcorn

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Quasar Wut Wut & Terrible Spaceship CIMMfest Martry’s Chicago, IL August 21, 2014

Quasar Wut-Wut

Terrible Spaceship

Chicago International Movies and Music Festival
Martry’s
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Chicago, IL

Jason Kaczorowski Photography © 2014

Joseph “Buster” Keaton’s 1927 silent film The General is considered a masterpiece. But some might argue the one thing missing from this comedic epic set during the Civil War is well, sound (the first feature film originally presented as a “talkie” was The Jazz Singer later that year in October 1927) an that’s where Chicago indie band Quasar Wut Wut steps in. The band created an original score that runs the gamut from rock to ragtime and performed to a screening of The General last night at Martyrs in support of their new album, Digesting Mirror. Slated for a Summer 2014 release, Digesting Mirror is “a piece of genre-schizoid art pop that is sonically dry to the bone yet dripping wet with musings about immutable goddesses, octogenarian nymphos, and the mystic properties of desire”.

Chicago’s Terrible Spaceship ripped through scorching highlights from their first record “Invaders: 1938″ which tells the tale of the War of the Worlds as presented by Orson Welles and the Mercury Theater company.

(above) The General, which Orson Welles called “perhaps the greatest film ever made”, had fans biting their nails and on the edge of their seats

(above/below) Matt Schwarz celebrated his 40th birthday with fans Thursday night at Martry’s
(above) Terrible Spaceship’s Travis Chandler

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Diane Andrick - Great photos, really capture the other-world vibe.