A Los Angeles Fashion Shoot at Union Station, MOCA and Walt Disney

This was a photo shoot held last Sunday in downtown Los Angeles with my friends from the LA Jerry Ghionis workshop back in January. Despite Los Angeles having wonderful weather for the past couple weeks, last Sunday was not only cold, but RAINING…and raining HARD. We all met up at Philippe’s in downtown for some famous French Dip sandwiches and to discuss the game plan for the photo shoot. Our models, Ivone and Biannca met us at Union Station, which was just down the street. The group of us sat in those cozy chairs in Union Station and waited while hair and makeup artists did their thang.  Once the models were ready, we began our shoot there and made our way to the Museum of Contemporary Arts, Los Angeles also known as MOCA. However, once we made it to that location, it was completely dark and the weather had dropped even further. It was a chilli! I mean brrrrrrrrrrr.  Although the rain stopped,  the cold, freezing air was going right through all of us, ESPECIALLY the models.  I was bundled up pretty good, but my hands and fingers were frozen! But, they all hung tight and we shot through the night and decided to thaw out by going to Ochoron Ramen in Little Tokyo. Yummy!  Yes, the Ochoron that Adam Richman from Man vs Food went to a few months ago. You can see that post by clicking here.  Here is a sneak peek of that shoot:

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