Sunday, February 07, 2010

Jason Kaczorowski Dot Net Blog Unveiled


After four years of hosting my blog here at bloggers blogspot, Jason Kaczorowski Photography's Blog has moved to the much more sophisticated and stylistic www.jasonkaczorowski.net

The new blog features cleaner photo presentation with video and slideshow components which will showcase larger images of client’s engagement sessions and wedding photography. Potential clients can access secure investment information through password protected portals. A new flash header and a friendly searchable footer featuring a Tag Cloud, social networking integration, spotlighted local Chicago vendors and bridal resources rounds out the presentation.

Please bookmark www.jasonkaczorowski.net today and look for future featured event or portrait session highlights.

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Romantic Proposal Thinks Outside The Box(es)



With love in the air and Valentine’s Day right around the corner I couldn't resist sharing this incredible film by Stereo Waltz Films that peers through the eyes of a voyeur on a romantic named Casey Johnson during his suspenseful proposal to the love of his life, Amy Boone Johnson.

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Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Get Engaged at Chicago's Field Musuem



Get Engaged at Chicago's Field Musuem
The updated Grainger Hall of Gems at Chicago's Field Museum boasts a new and unique way to propose marriage to your loved one. With renovations to the gallery, a dedicated case has been installed with lighting designed specifically to showcase the diamond ring. Engagement rings will be placed in the case and sit on a small cream colored stand on the day of proposal. A small placard with a personal message is included as well and can be taken with as a memento.

The case is located near the entrance of the gallery and will match the other cases in the gallery with a deep chocolate color.

Scheduling of this service is managed by the Special Events department. The department will coordinate timing, signing of waiver, fees and opening/closing of case with interested parties. The fee for this unique service is $350 which includes a champagne toast. Additional upgraded packages are available upon request.

Make your engagement even more special with wedding bands designed by Chicago jewelry designer, Ellie Thompson, made exclusively for The Field Museum.


Weddings at The Field Musuem
The Field Museum serves as a host site for receptions and dinners for all size groups, and is a stunning choice for a wedding reception. Host an unforgettable evening in one of our beautiful event spaces where guests can explore exhibitions and dine among elephants and dinosaurs.

Reception locations include Stanley Field Hall, our premium event site with 2 levels of reception and dining space as well as access to SUE, our world famous T-rex. Or celebrate in the architecturally elegant East Atrium Pavilion. This sky-lit atrium is perfect for cocktails followed by dinner in the Pavilion. Or surprise your guests with the stunning collection of dioramas in the Hall of Asian Mammals and the world famous Man Eating Lions of Tsavo in Rice Hall. African Mammals and a panorama mural of the African Plains grace this beautiful event space.

Find out more about planning an unforgettable evening in one our event spaces by calling Special Events at 312.665.7600 or emailing us at events@fieldmuseum.org.

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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Adam, Erin & Liam Kelly Christmas


Adam, Erin & Liam Kelly
Holiday Session
Tuesday, December 15th, 2009


Please click on photos below for enlargements.
All photographs © 2009 Jason Kaczorowski Photography








Monday, November 30, 2009

James Crane & Jennifer Dahl ~ Engagement Session ~ Saturday, November 28th, 2009 ~ Chicago, Illinois


James Crane & Jennifer Dahl
Engagement Session
Saturday, November 28th, 2009


Please click on photos below for enlargements.
All photographs © 2009 Jason Kaczorowski Photography












Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Phish ~ Festival 8 ~ Sunday, November 1st, 2009 ~ Acoustic Afternoon & Evening Sets


All photographs © 2009 Jason Kaczorowski Photography

Phish

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
Empire Polo Field - Indio, CA

Set One: Acoustic
Water In The Sky
Back On The Train
Brian And Robert
Invisible
Strange Design
Mountains in the Mist
The Curtain With
Army Of One
Sleep Again
My Sweet One
Let Me Lie
Bouncing Around The Room
Train Song
Wilson
McGrupp And The Watchful Hosemasters
Driver
Talk
Secret Smile

Set Two
AC\DC Bag
Rift
Gotta Jibboo
Heavy Things
Reba
The Wedge
Guelah Papyrus
Undermind
Sparkle
Split Open and Melt

Set Three
Tweezer >
Maze
Free
Sugar Shack
Limb By Limb
Theme From The Bottom
Mike's Song >
2001 >
Light >
Slave To The Traffic Light
Encore
Grind
Esther
Tweezer Reprise


Most of Phish's 40,000 fans strolled in Sunday morning to hear their first ever full-length unplugged set and were treated not only to great music by the band but also complimentary coffee and donuts shaped in the form of an 8.

Phish guitarist, Trey Anastasio warned fans “we’re gonna play a lot of mellow tunes” and encouraged them to sit down beneath the baking southern California sun which reached 90 degrees without a cloud in the sky during the 18 song set. Anastasio later apologized for asking everyone to sit while he admitted, “I have ADHD, I can’t sit either,” before closing the set with the classic “McGrupp & the Watchful Hosemasters.”


(above) The sun peeks in from behind the baracade that seperates the audience from the stage


(above) Mmmmmmmm, Festival 8 Donuts. This happen to be the last batch of donuts distributed for free to the afternoon audience.


(above) A fan dresses as her favorite donut.


(above) Police surround a man who was rumored to have eaten the last free donut.






(above) 40,000 fans collectively take their seats beneath the blazing 90 degree sun.












The band returned to the stage at 5:30 pm and again at 8:30 pm Sunday evening to complete their eighth full set of music over the 3 day festival.