Jazz Aspen Event Photography
JazzAspen Snowmass Labor Day Festival
Myself and two other photographers Hal Williams and MarySue Bonetti were hired by JazzAspen to take pictures of the attendees of all the shows to "Post on the Wall"… The candids were uploaded and then posted on the large screens to the left and right of the stage during intermission… postonthewall.com/walls/31
Here is a fun sampling of friends and patrons who attended the shows.
Dayla Robinson and her best friend Carly Sewell on the right. Carly's dad Steve was in charge of the Snowmass Ski Patrol back in the 90's and now he is the mountain manager at Aspen Mountain. Carly is the marketing manager at the Aspen Meadows Resort dolce-aspen-hotel.com
Chris and Gaye LaCroix on the right with good friends Kenny and his wife up from Denver. Chris is a local attorney with Garfield and Hecht.
Pat and Debra Doyle (owner of Aspen Eventworks, Inc.- aspeneventworks.com) on the right with Jen in the middle from Outside Magazine – one of the lead sponsors of the event and the main sponsor for the back music tent that hosted live shows during intermissions on the main stage.
Friends of Michael Franti enjoying the show at the front of the house…
One of my all-time favorite wedding clients, Andrea and Travis Beard… Andrea is also the marketing director of JazzAspen and they are the proud parents of Jackson (3 yrs.) and Trey (8 mos)
Left to right – Photographer Extraordinaire Steve Mundinger http://www.jazzaspensnowmass.org/p-photo-gallery-13.html with his friend Carrie Marsh, Peter Helburn of Just Ask Peter + Company event coordination and Kris Marsh, mother to Carrie and director of the Aspen Valley Medical Foundation http://www.avmfaspen.org/
Feeling the love at the Franti show…
David Cook (second from left) is a local advertising entrepreneur and serves on the junior board of the Buddy Program along with his happy friends….
John Sarpa, Andrea Wendel and Peter Helburn
Thanks again to Andrea Beard for having us there to take pictures and very much looking forward to next year's shows.