A Nichols Hills Affair

If you’re from Oklahoma, you need not be told that some of the most impressive homes around are in Nichols Hills. My friends at the Mercy Hospital Foundation asked if I would join them and photograph a special fundraiser to be held at a home in Nichols Hills for a cancer center. I’m a bit embarrassed now that I can’t tell you who the fashion jewelry designer was or even whose home it was, but it was all very impressive and nicely done. =) I was quite involved just taking pictures that I didn’t get a chance to meet the designer or really anybody else, although I understand it was attended by a veritable “who’s who” of Oklahoma City.

Photographing the event was a lot of fun. Everyone was nice and didn’t seem to mind me moving around taking pictures despite my flash brightly lighting up the dimly lit room. The main purpose for photography was to just document the event for the Foundation, but they may find use for some of the images in their newsletter like they did with the Mercy Golf Classic photos I took earlier this month.

Without further ado, here are a few of my favorites.

The spread was just amazing, and I loved the decor in the house.
IMG_7954-719182 A Nichols Hills Affair Commercial I thought the lighting here was really cool with the warm light inside in contrast to the cold twilight outside.IMG_7934-726923 A Nichols Hills Affair Commercial IMG_7937-799327 A Nichols Hills Affair Commercial IMG_8020-711763 A Nichols Hills Affair Commercial IMG_7906-761782 A Nichols Hills Affair Commercial There was a great fireplace dividing two rooms, so I just had to get a shot from the opposite sides. =)

IMG_7927-758240 A Nichols Hills Affair Commercial

IMG_7932-746451 A Nichols Hills Affair Commercial These guys were hard at work. I used a slower shutter speed to capture the ambient light (and also the movement of the bartenders).
IMG_7950-731151 A Nichols Hills Affair Commercial Cheers! Everyone had a great time.

IMG_7981-716142 A Nichols Hills Affair Commercial
As always, thanks for reading!

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