Vero Workshop | Charleston, SC


when it comes to furthering education with other like minded creatives, we are always on board to jump at the opportunity. we’ve always found great value in being in a space with creatives – of all different mediums – whether we are participating or contributing to it.


When the kelly berry of workshop Vero approached us earlier this year about being a part of the workshop with our pieces, it was as if the stars aligned. Everything about the brands involved to the intention of the workshop is like music to our ears. with wedding sparrow also on board, we knew this would be beautiful and everything executed thus far has been nothing shy of it.

our pieces truly thrive in variety–– from the sprawling sands for the barefoot bride to the eternally timeless bones of an old, noteworthy mansion, our pieces feel at home. kelly captured our pieces in the various settings perfectly, showcasing the core versatility of linyage; it adapts and fits to it’s surroundings, wherever that may be.


Taking place amongst the stunning backdrop of Charleston, Nc, from nov 5-8th photographers from all around the world will gather. the settings range from the historic mansion drayton hall, to the endless soft beaches, and every cobblestone and spanish moss tree adorned street in between. each day is packed to the brim with invaluable education, with keynote teacher and speaker, photographer laura gordon. this is an opportunity to not only enhance their craft but also to meet other individuals whom you can foster a lifelong relationship with.

we are beyond thrilled to be contributing to the workshop with our linyage pieces, allowing the attendees to capture the styled looks from their point of view. We cannot wait to see the final, undoubtably gorgeous images from so many different vantage points.


be sure to follow along with all of the behinds the scenes goods and final outtakes, over on instagram! you can peek at Vero workshop’s account here and as always, yours truly here.


all photos c/o Kelly berry and vero workshop.

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