Did you join us on Saturday, March 6th for Nora Herting:Free Sitting? If you did, guess what? Today's the day your pictures have arrived!.
Nora was very happy to see everyone that came out to take part in her adventure to document the found families of Williamsburg. Feel free to click here to read the original press release or head to our blog to read our summary of the night itself.
If you're unfamliar with Nora Herting, all you need to know is that she became fascinated by the social phenomenon of these awkward and ubiquitous family portraits, until finally, she decided to go undercover as a trade photographer with a J.C, Penny's portrait studio. Nora now brings this experience to the world with her traveling photo booth experiment, bringing strangers together to play the part of the frustrated family. And we, her make-believe models, all agreed that the process made for one fantastic night.
The photos you see above are just a light dusting of the images that Nora collected. Head over to Nora's Free Sitting Collection Web Page and start enjoying small web-quality results of the night. See one you like? See someone you know? Contact us and we'll be happy to help you get your packet! Because, like any good family portrait, these images are now available in an 8½" x 11" size, $45 for a packet of three.
It doesn't matter if she's in her role as the artist from 2008's Flip or appearing as the commercial photographer behind Free Sitting, Nora's charm and sense of humor always shines through in her work. If you joined us, or even if you didn't, we think you'll be thrilled by what she's created. Go on, take a look.