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See the awesome huge feature our workshop got on Rock ‘n Roll Bride HERE!

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I met such wonderful, talented artists from the UK photo scene at our workshop. Everyone was so open and into getting deep, but also equally into after-partiying hard and getting stupid with me… It’s all about balance, really ; ) As Kat of Rock ‘n Roll bride said on her post about it– it’s really difficult to describe that day or that night. Something magical happened for sure.

After all the craziness I had been through on my trip so far before London (read this and this), it made sense that I would do something that means so much to me- discussing art, artists and all our philosophies around the subject etc- in the strange state of mind that I was in… exhausted and sort of blurry, fuzzy, and more in some other dimension than in this one. It’s living within the conversation you are having, speaking from within the subject you are discussing, working from the space inside of what you are creating, being right there in it,  in real-time. And everyone put up with my spaced-out moments and exhaustion. Thanks guys, and thanks for making me feel so good to be around you all right off the bat, for opening yourselves and having important discussions. It was intensely beautiful to be in a gorgeous space with this group of people who each brought so much to the table energetically. And this includes all the attendees, models, hair and makeup, event design… everyone. All 25 of us! Here’s to be being weird together!!

I came up with a concept, a vibe I had in mind for the styling of our shoot that day- Emma & Kat got their best people on it, and they all took it from there… They blew my mind. Everything was stunning! It also really helped that we held the workshop in this amazing loft (that Emma, Pete, Kat, Christina, Pappin and I lived in for a couple days), remodeled from an old frame factory warehouse. Perfect.

That Emma Case! Her talk at the workshop was exactly like her photography: honest, warm, insightful & beautiful. If you have followed my blog/fbook etc, you know how much I am in love with Emma and her art (I also shot their engagement session a while back in London). And her husband Pete is one of the sweetest and funniest people on earth! And he is so kind, and was SO extremely helpful with the workshop, and so fun to be around… and so supportive of his wife… I’m bummed we don’t all live closer- if we did I would surely be over at their house, bugging them every single day.
Just a hint at something: Emma and I plan to do more workshoppy stuff together very soon, so keep following our facebooks and twitters to hear about what we’re up to…

Meeting Kat for the first time after being online besties for like 3 years was incredible, but I felt like it wasn’t our first meeting at all, like we’d hung out a hundred times before… she’s so unapologetically herself, so passionate, so exactly what she seems like on her blog, and I deeply admire that. Thank you Kat for all your help and for being a kindred spirit!  <3 Now that I’ve met you, I’m addicted and want to hang out with you in the “real” world like all the time.

Emma, myself & Kat.

Christina Brosnan– I have no words that can describe my appreciation for you- you where my baby sitter, you handled everything for me, and you still danced your ass off after all that–  ! Thank you for everything and for being so kind and beautiful.

And thanks to everyone who helped put this wonderful day together.., and thanks to all that came out and listened to me go blah blah blah for hours and hours, and for being so patient with me in my completely jet-lagged spaced-out craziness. Each one of you guys made that day perfect!

Big giant thanks to Steve Pappin (Son of Shark Pig) who I flew out to shoot video of the workshop- and to spend some time with us in Italy. Thanks to him, I have a new workshop video online available for purchase AND this awesome behind-the-scenes video he made about our trip!

Featherlove – Europe from Son of Shark Pig on Vimeo.

And these two beauties, Kat’s intern Roo & her fiancé Lamb… both modeled like pros (although apparently it was their first time). I insisted on barefeet for this look for Roo- so pretty ! Roo and Lamb- Gosh, I would kill to shoot your wedding! I just know we have the same taste and the eye candy would be overwhelming!! It was a pleasure to meet you guys and thank you for being so perfectly gorgeous and sweet! x

Table Styling: Ava Event Styling
Confectionery/Cakes: The Boutique Baking Company
Vintage Furs: Charlotte CasadejusAva Event Styling
Flowers: Little ‘a’
Roo’s Dress: vintage dress from Charlotte Casadejus
Roo’s necklace: Noa’s own
Roo’s Eyelashes: Paperself
Hair & Make Up: Elbie Van Eeden
Lamb’s Outfit: His Own
Venue: Framery Loft, Hoxton
Video: (to come soon) Son of Shark Pig

… you are all seriously talented! thank you!

What people had to say about the workshop, as well as some other snaps…

Rock ‘n Roll Bride
Emma Case
Brosnan Photography
Thaoski – Thank you SO much for all your help with setting up food, and planning our dinner, and for being so open! And mostly for your burning desire to do what you love!! A true honor to meet you!
Rachel Ward
Elbie Hair & Makeup
Pete Smyth
and another one from Rock ‘n Roll bride’s reflections on the workshop

Ok enough talking, more photos…

I snuck a shot in of Emma and I.

This photo below is from  Brosnan Photographic, of the sweet little cookies that The Boutique Baking Company made for the workshop guests!


To find out more about my upcoming workshops, check my WORKSHOP page, or follow my facebook and twitter for the latest news!

  • September 30, 2011 - 1:59 pm

    anna - these are killer! my favorite is the first black and white!!

  • September 30, 2011 - 4:20 pm

    thaoski - Gosh that was such a special day : ) It was more than a workshop! It was like a meeting of kindred spirits : ) I was in awe of the talent inside the room and the honesty that was shared by everyone. Please come back soon! X

  • October 1, 2011 - 3:24 pm

    Jacqui - It’s hard to find the right words & I could witter on forever, but I’ll try not to ! On reflection ( & I’ve done lots of it ! especially looking at the wonderful pictures in everyones blog posts ) I think one of the greatest things I’ve taken away from the experience is that I feel ‘brave’ now…I would come again in a heartbeat, it was brilliant x

  • October 2, 2011 - 2:49 am

    Ellie Gibbons - I feel a bit emotional reading your post was such a special day, I’m sad its over 🙁 Please come back to the UK again, like Jacqui, I would LOVE to attend another workshop with you and Emma xx

  • October 3, 2011 - 6:11 pm

    Kelty - Just stunning, everyone.

    PS. I see you, LJB!

  • October 13, 2011 - 4:31 am

    Binky Nixon - WOW, gorgeous, dreamy Totally you PICTURES noah!! I love them and I LOVED the workshop. It was so enlightening and free and something i would love to do again! xXx

  • January 10, 2012 - 6:52 pm

    i talk with my hands a lot. | the feather love photography blog - […] can view some of the photo shoot from the London Artist Workshop HERE. Tweet (function() { var po = document.createElement('script'); po.type = […]

  • February 3, 2012 - 10:36 pm

    Feather Love Artist Workshop video now available online! | the feather love photography blog - […] can view the photo shoot from our London Workshop here. Or read what others have to say about my workshops at the bottom of this […]

  • March 5, 2012 - 6:44 pm

    Feather Love does Europe: the video! | the feather love photography blog - […] out to shoot my London workshop and travel with me a bit; the crazy behind-the-scenes video from my London Artist Workshop, the after party, and our travels in Italy are all captured in this rad little video… […]

  • March 25, 2012 - 11:47 pm

    please help Emma & Pete recover from their robbery | the feather love photography blog - […] I really mean it… (Clearly, I love them: The video that Son of Shark Pig shot of us at our London workshop last year can be seen […]

  • May 25, 2012 - 8:13 pm

    6 reasons why my workshops are different – my post on east side bride | the feather love photography blog - […] class that will blow your mind (Bay Area + San Diego Workshops), Emma Case on not compromising (London Workshop) etc. These are artists & creative people whom I admire and respect and have learned […]

Just got back home. I shot most of my travels on film so waiting to get the images back from the lab and then I’ll post them here. In the meantime, here’s a summary of the past month.

(Below: self-portrait in Valerio’s apartment where we stayed in Turin, Italy)

I’m back home, physically, I think, although not quiet in my body yet.

My mind is floating around in the international universe, hanging on to some of the new and greatest memories of my lifetime so far… Lost in fresh, bitter-sweet emotional nostalgia over all the beautiful people I spent time with: old dear friends, and the new cherished friends I have made over the past month of my journeys…

My heart was definitely left in Italy. I’m in love with Italians and every single thing about their beautiful country, how they live, what they care about. Italians do it right.

My soul needs at least a couple of weeks to figure out what it’s been through.

My brain is doing it’s best to stay awake- filled with millions of tiny disjointed scenes and fragments of this crazy whirlwind trip, all swirled into a jet-lagged haze of a psychedelic dream: Romanian strippers in Torino. Gypsy pickpocket children dressed as clowns. A lazy mime. A satanic sculpture of epic intensity built directly over hell. An obelisk built over the most negative energy point on earth. Eating the official “best pizza in Italy”. Drinking illegal blackmarket wine. Pink flashing bunny ears. The “I love you” fan. Gelato. Menton! Mediterranean waters. Hole-in-the-ground toilets. Baby Mila telepathically asking me to be her official Auntie. Drinking wine with new friends while watching Irene’s raging flood of a river rise. Photographing a beautiful couple in a Catskills hurricane. “There are 50 000 different words for ‘slut’ in Italian”. Huge French windows that open up to sweet Italian Pasticcerias in the morning. Brioche & Cappuccino. Listening to ASTRA while driving through the Alps. Small, hidden villages. GRAPPA that gets you stoned. Homemade Limoncello. Markets. Antiques. Twerking with UK’s finest photographers. Narcolepsy. Busted lens. Elderly Italians dressed to kill! Taxis, planes, busses, trams. The exact location where Nietzsche lost his mind after petting a horse. Epic churches. Watching the sun rise. Canals. Singing French driving songs to an upset baby “Un kilomètre à pied ça use, ça use, Un kilomètre à pied ça use les souliers.” Homemade pesto. Beautiful windows & their accompanying clotheslines. Rimbaud. Doodle the 3-legged dog’s magical grave garden. The incomparable Lady Jane and her art & soul! Antipasto. Ancient castles. Family saves the day. The locals of Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Iced cappuccino in Williamsburg. Noise. Quiet. Bad smells. Wonderful smells. Teo’s plants. Noelle & Brandon’s indigo wall. Kat’s pink hair. Patrick’s purple shirt. My seafoam green designer dress getting destroyed by Balsamic vinegar, coffee and wine all in one meal. PappinNurse/ PappinMom/ Pappinating/ Pappin’s first coffee/ Pappin’s last night. Lidia’s cooking. Teo’s cooking. Stuart devouring Pâté. Mila’s special “dance”. Patrick’s humor! Antlers. Fur. Skulls. Smoking fags in London. Hanging out with fags in Italy. Discussing fags in New York. The 70-yr-old haunted busted-spring mattress that we slept on at Patrick’s beach house. Seeing a collection of posters for a museum showing of old paintings and realizing all the subjects where loaded on Laudanum or other Opiates “Hey, Grandpa’s on the nod, someone take a painting real quick!”. Our grand ‘last supper’ the night before we left… As for the Italian leg of the adventures, my bestie-bro Patrick likes to summarize: “We drank Barolo and Barbera in Piemonte (where it comes from); Ate Pesto in Liguria (the region that invented it), and if that wasn’t enough, drank PASTIS in the South of France where Serge Gainsbourg fucked Jane Birkin.”

Oh My God.

My eyes have seen ultimate beauty on the Italian and French rivieras.

Italy is perfection. Visually, auditorily, olfactorily and especially gastronomically, I have never been so fulfilled. I thought I had eaten tiramisu before, but I hadn’t until I ate it in Italy. I thought I knew what wine tasted like, or what food should taste like, but I didn’t… I knew nothing until I ate and drank in Italy. What do I eat and drink now? Anything would be a sad attempt at merely satisfying hunger now that I’m back home. Italy destroyed any chance for me to ever eat an enjoyable meal again, unless, of course, I go back to Italy. Which I will, often. I brought back 5 extra pounds of weight on my body – every ounce was worth it.

Besides learning one ultra-important, survival-dependent phrase in both Italian and French: “un vino bianco per favore/ un vin blanc s’il vous plaît”, respectively; I also learned that French people really DO walk around in the streets holding that quintessential French baguette under their arms… I learned a few other things which may be too difficult to remember in my current state of mind.

100 bruises. 1000 mosquito bites. 2 sprained ankles. A fingernail bent all the way back, and having to bend it back into place. Travel-related back pain. Caught in hurricanes and escaping floods. Sadly missing my job in Fiji because of Irene. Losing luggage in London. Losing a diamond from my engagement ring in NY… And a plethora of other assorted little difficulties. My bones and muscles hurt from running around the earth, airports, cities. But my body also feels so warm, remembering every hug and kiss from every beautiful person I met everywhere I went… I have taken a small piece of each person, place, and thing, and brought it back home. I feel different. I feel more.

I realized I was finally home when Stuart and the cat and I all snuggled in our bed last night. Exhausted, I remember sighing “ah, home” before drifting off to sleep. But, ironically, this morning was the first time in a month where I woke up confused as to where I was…

Travel. IS. Home.

Always has been.

I need some time to gather my thoughts, catch up on the massive pile of work that awaits, and ease back into my life, but all I can say right now is THANK YOU: To everyone that crossed my path in the last few weeks… To all those who made my London workshop so amazing- helped organize every detail, shared their hearts and minds with me that day, and after-partied like true Artists…! To everyone who has awaited patiently for me to respond to emails due to my lack of wifi access over the past few weeks… To everyone who spent any time with me in the past month, who took care of me everywhere I went, helped me, fed me, gave me a place to sleep, put up with my jet-lagged-lack-of-sleep existence & babble, and who opened up their hearts and homes, shared their families, their time and their love, shared their wine and their humor, and made the past month of my life one of the greatest & most significant fragments of my 34 years so far- I love you so intensely.

From my brain, heart, spirit, mind, body, soul, and each of my senses; I am the luckiest person on earth to know you. From every corner of myself, my appreciation and love for you runs deep and wide. Thank you.



  • September 20, 2011 - 9:48 am

    Kirsten - What a truly lovely post that was to read. Italy is phenomenal and magical. I know exactly what you mean about the food …

  • September 20, 2011 - 10:00 am

    rory amber - Beautiful streaming Noa, it makes me long to go back to Italy and France. Thank you! My favorite line: The exact location where Nietzsche lost his mind after petting a horse. whoa.

  • September 20, 2011 - 11:32 am
  • September 20, 2011 - 3:00 pm

    Holly - Lovely post, so does this mean you wanna get an apt in Italy now?? That’s where D and I will have a place fo sho, love love love me some Italians!! kisses so glad you are home!

  • September 20, 2011 - 3:24 pm

    Michelle - Sounds like an amazing time. Italy is exactly that for me. Hoping to make it my home in the next few years. They do totally understand what life should be – food, friend, families, art, culture, wine, music.

  • September 20, 2011 - 6:19 pm

    Kathleen @ - That was so lovely to read. Well written and wholly felt.

  • September 24, 2011 - 1:02 am

    littlewinterbride - isn’t Italy the best? Italians know how to live. Torino is my second favorite city, Milano being numero uno. If I ever move back to the states for good, I think I might be in trouble, cause there is no comparison to the italian lifestyle, esp. with food and wine. Glad you had the best time ever.

  • September 30, 2011 - 12:44 pm

    our london workshop shoot | the feather love photography blog - […] all the craziness I had been through on my trip so far before London (read this and this), it made sense that I would do something that means so much to me- discussing art, artists and all […]

  • October 21, 2011 - 11:07 am

    world tour Part 4: Brooklyn (35mm film) | the feather love photography blog - […] world tour part 1: brooklyn, ny & morning passages world tour part 2: caught in the floods / hurricane irene world tour part 3: summary of travels […]

  • March 6, 2012 - 11:55 am

    Feather Love does Europe: the video! | the feather love photography blog - […] You can read my stream-of-consciousness summary on the entire crazy one-month trip HERE. […]

I drove up to the Catskills mountains from Brooklyn on Friday to shoot a wedding on Saturday. Because of the hurricane and how it was predicted to shut NYC down, I had my flight to Fiji changed to go out of Buffalo instead of JFK on Sunday. But, we got hit really hard by the storms in upstate NY- nobody expected it.  We ended up being in some of the worst flooding in the state. The freeways were shut down, we lost power, internet etc. And finally had to be evacuated to another town nearby. We literally raced the flood in our car before they closed the bridge down, otherwise we would have been stuck up in our hotel for another 2-3 days without power/phone/internet. From our beautiful Mount Tremper hotel (Emerson Resort), we evacuated to Kingston where we sort of camped out at the Holiday Inn with everyone else who was evacuated. That place ended up getting flooded too- a giant roaring river rose about 20 feet high up onto the building, completely covering an entire electrical box so half the hotel lost power too…

So anyways, I wasn’t able to make it to Fiji for my other wedding, which is a real bummer. We finally got out of the floods and drove back to Brooklyn Sunday evening. A 2.5 hour drive took about 6 hrs with all the closed freeways and all the people coming back to the city because they had initially escaped the hurricane to go upstate where it would be safe… Ha, funny thing is, the city was almost untouched by the storm!  So anyways, we’re safe and sound and all that.

I’m in Brooklyn for a few more days before I head off to London, if anyone wants to set up a shoot/ one-on-one workshop/ meeting etc, just shoot me an email!

This was the gorgeous place where the Catksills wedding took place… pics coming soon.

  • August 31, 2011 - 9:26 am

    Lee Robbins - Ugh, you must be gutted :(. Stay safe.

  • August 31, 2011 - 9:28 am

    Amma // Beyond Beyond - Never thought I would see the day that NYC got hit by a hurricane, good to know that you are safe. Despite the fact that hurricanes are terrifying. Hope I see you in London, and the safest of travels.

  • August 31, 2011 - 1:35 pm

    Ross Dean - Keep Safe! RD

  • September 1, 2011 - 6:58 am

    Phyllis Knight Burt - Oh, no!! That’s terrible!! I live in Louisiana and after surviving Katrina and Rita, I know just how terrifying that can be. So glad you’re save.

  • September 2, 2011 - 6:18 am

    Lee Anne - Noa I seriously can’t believe it – I’m so sorry about the Fiji wedding, I was looking forward, of course, to the images. In the meantime I can’t wait to see the Catskills wedding – I still cannot believe that I had to cancel working with you there for that “other” reason. Strange the way the universe works sometimes. Glad you’re safe and sending good vibes your way for the rest of the trip. xo

  • September 27, 2011 - 7:01 am

    Daniela’s Family » flower child photography - […] of a nightmare. So let’s just say that things worked out. Please take a minute to check out Noa’s post on the whole adventure here – I seriously cannot wait to see her upcoming post of the actual […]

  • September 30, 2011 - 12:43 pm

    our london workshop shoot | the feather love photography blog - […] all the craziness I had been through on my trip so far before London (read this and this), it made sense that I would do something that means so much to me- discussing art, artists […]

  • October 21, 2011 - 12:17 pm

    world tour Part 4: Brooklyn (35mm film) | the feather love photography blog - […] tour part 1: brooklyn, ny & morning passages world tour part 2: caught in the floods / hurricane irene world tour part 3: summary of […]

  • November 14, 2011 - 10:54 am

    Matt & margot in the catskills mountains | the feather love photography blog - […] is the wedding I shot up in the Catskills Mountains in NY when Hurricane Irene hit! You can read about that […]

  • April 13, 2012 - 11:26 am

    {Real Wedding} Indie Hipster Wedding in Catskills Mountains | Uncategorized | | WEDDING NOUVEAU - […] Catskills mountains, NY by Noa Azoulay-Sclater of Feather Love Photography?  It happened when Hurricane Irene hit.  The rustic choice location?  Onteora Mountain House of […]

I’m on a one-month trip around the world that began yesterday when I landed in NY.

Self portrait. Brooklyn, NY. Teo’s apartment.

Next up is the Catskills mountians for a wedding, then straight to Fiji for another wedding. London after that for my Artist Workshop. And then off to Turin, Italy to see my old pal Patrick who I haven’t seen since I was 15 when we did some bad acid together in South Africa… Pappin (Son Of Shark Pig) is coming along to London and Italy to shoot our workshop and whatever else he gets his camera on. Remember the epic behind-the-scenes video he shot for my feature in Rue Magazine? Stuart is meeting us out in Italy (yay!) and then we’re going to try and go over to the French Riviera for a couple of days before coming back home. I am SUPER excited!

My absolute hands-down favorite inspiration/design/fashion/art blog is Morning Passages. Jessie and I have been “online lovers” (as she puts it) for 3 years now since we discovered each other and she posted this feature on my work a while back. So, of course, coming to Brooklyn, I knew I had to try to meet her in person. We met for a drink last night- she is even more rad and beautiful in person. Jessie also works for Lomogoraphy and we have some very cool stuff planned! She posted this on her blog today : )

In a beautiful strange coincidence, I also happened to have run into Shoko Wanger while I was hanging out on the street in Williamsburg last night! Shoko is the sweet, beautiful and talented writer that did the interview for my Dark Weirdo Rue Magazine feature, and we had never met in person before either. She recognized me on the street and we gave each other a huge hug – she’s so lovely!! Then Jessise and I talked about how gorgeous she was for, like, ever.

I am stayng with my best friend designer Teo Griscom of Unforeseen Circumstances here in Williamsburg. We all met up last night with Jessie, an old friend of mine from San Diego- Noelle, incredible Photographer Eric Kvatek who’s an old friend from Santa Fe, NM that I haven’t seen in 17 years, and his beautiful girlfriend, Bunny.

After that we went over to see my friend Jane Blevin– a cult icon in her own right/ incredible artists, designer & textile maker. I also hadn’t seen her in about 14 years since she left San Diego to go on her adventures. The first time I saw her was at my first Crash Worship show back in 97/98 (changed my life). What an epic creature she was on stage! Last night, until 4am, we had the most “ineffable” (her favorite word) time: listening to Jane’s stories about her burlesque days in New Orleans (Lady Jane was the FIRST burlesque show in this now-modern resurgence of the old performance art). She showed us her magical garden, built around the grave of her beautiful 3-legged dog Doodle, she made us cocktails and showed us all her photos & art: textiles, prints, and her beautiful illustrated poetry book (which made me cry and reminded me a LOT of the concept for my short film: The Alchemical Poisoning Of Magus Sherwood). Jane is one of the most fascinating, beautiful, talented and honest people I have ever met. A true artist. We got Blevinated.

I took photos of everyone on my film camera, so when I get back from this trip I will get it all developed and post. Heading to the Catskills tomorrow morning…

  • August 25, 2011 - 6:33 pm

    ben azoulay - What a cool post! This is so exciting Noa. I’ll check back often to see you’re photos. Gorgeous photograrphy and art really. You’ve definitely cultivated your talents.

  • August 26, 2011 - 4:39 am

    Lee Anne - Awwwwwww, the only thing that’s missing is me. Have an AWESOME, AMAZING, INCREDIBLE, STUPID CRAZY, MIND BLOWING, FUCKING GREAT time, gonna hold my breath until I see ALL the pics. Luv you! xoxo

  • August 31, 2011 - 9:29 am

    rory amber - i love that pic of you! It glows. Looking forward to seeing your film!

  • October 21, 2011 - 11:07 am

    world tour Part 4: Brooklyn (35mm film) | the feather love photography blog - […] world tour part 1: brooklyn, ny & morning passages world tour part 2: caught in the floods / hurricane irene world tour part 3: summary of travels […]

So excited about our huge feature on Apartment Therapy’s ‘House Tours’ today. Read all about our property and design here. Thank you AnnaMaria for being so sweet and amazing and fun to hang out with.. we love you! x

  • August 23, 2011 - 12:42 pm

    anna - oh that’s awesome! your little studio is so cute!

  • September 9, 2011 - 8:19 am

    Ellie Gibbons - Hey Noa – it was so special to meet you at your workshop on Wednesday..I just HAD to read through all the comments on the Apartment Therapy post after your story…people get so uptight sometimes and I admire you keeping your sense of humour!! 😉

  • September 18, 2011 - 8:17 am

    Josephine - i’m probably late in my scream here now..but oooohmyyyygawwwwdddd I wanna live in a house like yours Noa!!! =)

I started shooting this little movie of mine 5 years ago and have been editing on and off since then- Anyways, it’s almost done. I will release it towards the end of the year.

The Alchemical Poisoning of Magus Sherwood:

  • August 18, 2011 - 10:25 pm

    Joi - How beautifully psychedelic! I can’t wait to watch this 🙂

  • August 25, 2011 - 3:48 pm

    world tour Part 1: brooklyn, NY & Morning passages | the feather love photography blog - […] her beautiful illustrated poetry book (which made me cry and reminded me a LOT of the concept for my short film: The Alchemical Poisoning Of Magus Sherwood). Jane is one of the most fascinating, beautiful, talented and honest people I have ever met. A […]

Matt and Margot’s wedding featured on EAST SIDE BRIDE.

Nicki Bluhm’s interview with Kata Rokkar: “”I have found that photography paired with my music has been a very powerful thing. My photographer (Noa…) who shot the front & back covers for my new record “Driftwood”, played a very important role in defining my vibe. Artist of different mediums working together is a powerful thing. It’s a mark you leave in the world, even once you’re gone.”

Jenny & Luc’s wedding featured on Lay Voos.

My photographs of Tim & Nicki Bluhm on their web site.

Savannah & Rowland’s wedding photos on Ruffled Blog.

Andie & Bo’s wedding featured on Greek blog Excite Me Love.

Pastiche Project blog gets inspired by my studio.

Featured on Gypsy Cab for my video of Tim & Nicki Bluhm. “it’s no secret that i’m one of Noa’s faithful disciples…”

Rock ‘n Roll Bride’s huge feature on our London Workshop!

Super sweet post from Rachael Ward about my London workshop.

Christina Brosnan’s review on my London workshop.

Thaoski’s post about my London Workshop.

Mentioned on Do It Momma: “…a photographer who seems able to add an aura of beauty to everything she pictures.  Looking at Feather Love Photography is like being in a fairy tale…”

Featured on my favorite art/ design/ fashion/ inspiration blog, Morning Passages.

Our home and my studio featured on Apartment Therapy.

VIDEO INTERVIEW with me on Photo Night Live!

My photos of Nicki Bluhm on Tomby Style (soon to come out in the Tomboy Style book!)

My photos of Nicki Bluhm on Thrift Candy.

Photos from Leanne & Nate’s wedding on Baby Green Design.

Photos from Eleisha & Josh’s wedding featured on Dutch blog: Klara & Kapucine.

Andie & Bo’s wedding featured on 100 Layer Cake.

Rock ‘n Roll Bride, press for my London Workshop.

My shoot with Emilia & Bill featured on Yes Bride.

One of my photos of Sarah Carter on Simple Blueprint.

My photos of Anne Sage ffeatured on Design Love Fest!

My photos of Anne Sage featured on The City Sage.

Post about my European workshops from Italian Wedding Planner blog Fatamadrina.

Wedding photos I took from actor Josh Cooke & musician Eleisha Eagle’s wedding featured on Lace & Likes.

Photo of Anne Sage featured in This Is Glamorous.

Featured on Perfect Bound.

On Emma Case Photography. “Noa Azouley-Sclater aka Feather love is a massive source of inspiration to me. The first time I saw her work was like an explosion went off in my head. The images had such strength and honesty. Although they captured beauty through a dreamlike fantasy, it also was filled with a gritty, dirty truthfulness. So unique and here’s that word again… ‘Brave’.. she was nothing like I had ever seen before or since for that matter. You feel the picture, you know its real and true to who Noa is. There is no gimmick or trend.”

My workshop in London featured on Beyond Beyond!! “aliens & armageddon” etc.

Cotton Candy Photography on my London workshop.

Allison & Matt’s wedding photos featured on Yes Bride.

Photos of Sarah Carter styled by me in a vintage jumpsuit & jewelry from my collection at the Falling Skies panel at Comic Con.

Josh Cooke & Eleisha Eagle’s wedding photos featured on Snippet & Ink!.

My photos of Sarah Carter on City Sage.

My photos of Anne Sage featured on Faire Frou Frou!

Zola & Derick’s photos on Yes Bride.

On Things That Glow Tumblr.

Leanne & Nate’s wedding featured on City Sage.

Leanne & Nate’s wedding featured on Green Wedding Shoes!

Mention on Beyond Beyond: “feather love… dreamy, ethereal feel to everything that she turns her lens to… this gorgeous fuzzy feel of an Aldous Huxley psychedelic trip….”

Hawaiian wedding I shot in Oahu feature on Style Me Pretty.

Hawaiian wedding I shot in Oahu feature on The Wedding Channel!

Featured on Brazilian design blog Umborarrumar.

Featured in Brides Southern California Magazine!

Michael & tim’s wedding featured on Not The Marrying Kind! “Noa of Feather Love Photography who shoots the most retro, ethereal, dreamy weddings. I love her… captured so beautifully makes my breath catch in my throat.”

My photos of Nicki Bluhm on the beautiful French blog Wo & We.

Blurb on the new ASTRA album in Classic Rock Presents Prog! with one of my photos.

Featured on Homespun Parties, who called us a ‘rockstar’.

Behind the Scenes video f the Rue Magazine Artist Feature of me and my studio.

One of the Jenny & Luc photos featured on A Vintage Party: “I love this image… as though a page has been torn from a storybook. Amazing.”

Me going blah blah on NBC news about finding treasures at swap meets, craigslist etc.

My studio featured on Spanish Blog Inspiracion Hecha A Mano.

My foto of Kristen & Dave on Everything You Love To Hate.

Featured on The Brideline.

Featured on Polli.

Feature about my workshops on Cotton Candy Photography.

Our London workshop in Photo Pro UK Magazine!!

My studio #trending…. also on carlypaiker.

Matt & Allison on Brideline.

My studio on the wandering willow.

My studio on beautiful/wild.

My photos of Michael & Tim’s wedding featured on Ace Hotel Blog!: “”the fabulous, unconquerable queen of positivity and creative combustion””

Not sure which language this post on Michael & Tim’s wedding was apparently translated from, but it’s a funny read & i’m “feather tenderness”:  Weddings Real Easy.

Jesi Haack, on designing the Rue Magazine feature of me and my studio.

Video interview about my workshops with me and Bash, Please.

Michael & Tim’s wedding featured on 100 Layer Cake!!

Allison & Matt’s wedding on Green Wedding Shoes!

We did some modelling for event designers Sweet Emilia Jane & Sitting In A Tree.

My photo of Emily & David on the Mother Nature Network.

Video from Austin Hendrix from the shoot we modeled for.

“Follow your weirdness”  feature of me on Rory Amber Photography.

“‎Get the look” of my studio on Sweet Thing blog!

Part 2 of  ‘follow your weirdness’ featuring the queen of weirdos, Noa of Feather Love Photography“.

The shoot we modeled for on 100 Layer Cake.

Behind the scenes video of the Rue Magazine Artist feature of me and my studio.

Apartment 34 featured some tips from my east side bride guest post!! “Noa’s got the market cornered on capturing uber-personal, totally spectacular weddings”

on my blog, Artist Feature of me and my studio in Rue Magazine!

RUE MAGAZINE issue #4! my feature & interview pgs 143-167!! 🙂

Traffic on my blog tripled since I posted this.

My guest post on EAST SIDE BRIDE… LOTS of kooky comments.

C + C’s wedding on 100 Layer Cake.

Lisa & Theis’ wedding on Rock ‘n Roll Bride.

Angela & Brandon’s wedding on East Side Bride.

Featured on

Angela & Brandon’s wedding featured on Spun Sugar Suite.

Interview with me by Amy Seeley on the Vagabond Bond.

The Washingtonian posts about me: “Feather Love shoots Emily Deschanel’s wedding! How did we miss that?”

My photos from the behind the scenes Rue Magazine shoot on East Side Bride.

Photographer Misha Ashton calls me her “new found inspiration” and “new favorite portrait photographer”.

photo I took from Sonny’s nude session on the Bootcut & Strung Out tumblr!

My photography on Nicki Bluhm’s album Driftwood.

The Washingtonian compared the e-session I shot of Bill & Emilia to Tilda Swinton’s “I am Love”.

Featured in San Francisco’s 7×7 Magazine!

Molly of Cedar House Photography posted a blog about my workshop.

Photo of me by Chloe Aftel on Unsolved Mysteries tumblr.

Press for Nicki Bluhm’s new album on No Depression.. with my pics all over it.

Featured on Ruffled blog– images of Sarah & Charlie’s wedding.

Featured on The Beat My Heart Skipped.

Fench Blog Sunrise Hossegor posted a huge feature of my work!

Feature on french blog Dessine Moi Un Mariage.

The Knotty Bride blogs tons of pics I shot for the Rue Magazine Blue Xmas spread.

Featured on Italian blog Partecipazioni Per Matrimonio!

The photo I took of Teo Griscom for Unforeseen Circumstances, in Italian magazine Intimo Piu’ Mare #178.

My work for Rue Magazine Isuue #2. (pgs 138-162).

Angela & Brandon’s bookstore couple session featured on 100 Layer Cake.

Feature of my shoot with Amey & Angelo on Design Box.

Feature of kestrin & jonathan’s wedding on Y Algo Azul.

Published in People Magazine print!

Published in People Magazine online!

Feature on Delightfully Engaged.

Ruffled Blog features a wedding we shot in Santa Barbara!

Part 2 of Gypsy Cab’s blog about my workshop.

Part 1 of Gypsy Cab’s blog about my workshop.

Stuart and I have a downloadable playlist up on The Flash Dance.

Kristin Genna Photography, on my workshop.

My session of Ingrid’s home in SF, featured on Sitting In A Tree.

One of my shots from Massachusetts was featured on Sweet Home Style.

A pic of me in my wedding dress featured in the wedding pro post on daffodil waves blog!

Ace Hotel blog posted one of the pics that I took at the Portland Ace.

My interview with Kat of Rock ‘n Roll Bride in Photo Pro Magazine!

Feature on Style Me Pretty “”There are a lot of photographers out there that I love but there is no one that can even come close to Noa. She is a true artist”

My Roud Up on the HITCHED blog.

Feature on Flower Child Photography.

Feature on Hi Fi Weddings.

My shoot for Bash, Please. Inspired by Andy & Edie is featured on Once Wed today! And also in the DIY section of their site– 2 features!!

Feature on Ruffled Blog. Aayryn & Paul’s rooftop deco wedding.

Huge feature on one of my favorite blogs Morning Passages: “… photographs are flooded with light, dreams, and are an escape from reality to a world encapsulated by love and joy. She tends to represent a clientele that steers away from the traditional…”

On August & After.

Feature on Sweet Emilia Jane.

2 giant features on Once Wed.

Featured on

My post on Vintage Weddings by The Knot… bringing table cameras back! cheap-ass disposable film cameras NEED to make a wedding comeback… (my faves from our wedding).


  • November 19, 2011 - 1:52 pm

    Julia - Holy moly, woman! Slow it down! Love your new portfolio site too. You’re going places.

This wedding was featured on 100 Layer Cake today!!

This was my second time in Medocino in a month- I had gone to shoot Eleisha & Josh’s sweet, intimate & beautiful wedding just a few weeks before and totally fell in love with that town– then I went back to shoot Andie & Bo’s gorgeous elaborate wedding 4 weeks later– and two weeks after that, I flew back out to shoot a wedding in Point Reyes Station, also in Northern California (that one is coming soon)… Jeez, I practically live in NorCal the past couple of years!

Once again we were so well taken care of-  thank you Andie & Bo! Plus there’s nothing more rad than a baby animal petting zoo (fyi- baby goats make the sweetest little sounds). I highly recommend Mendocino- it’s so absolutely gorgeous and has become a real hot spot for beautiful weddings. And the 3hr drive from SF to Mendo is breathtaking to say the least…

Venue: Glendeven Inn / Wedding planner: Sonya Houston from Mendocino Weddings / Floral: Mendocino Floral Design / Cake: Mendo Cakes / Band: Gaucho / Tents & Equipment: Wine Country Party Rentals / Catering: Boonville Hotel / Charcuterie & vintage slicer from The Fatted Calf, Napa / Oysters from Hog Island / Bread wreaths from Fort Bragg Bakery / Groom’s suit: Armani / Wedding gown: Oscar de la Renta / Bridesmaid’s dresses: BHLDN / Brides hair and make-up by Erin Dunkley of Honeycomb Salon, San Francisco / Bridesmaids hair & make-up by Mendocino Beauty / Letterpress escort cards and table numbers: Austin Press, San Francisco / Baby animals: Mendocino 4H club

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  • August 15, 2011 - 9:31 am

    Kirsten - Wow, that dress is phenomenal!

  • August 15, 2011 - 10:03 am

    Kismet - Babies in backpacks (you know what I mean) and babies in red , llamas and lambs and a gorgeous dress.To top it off,your beautiful photos.Too much to handle!

  • August 15, 2011 - 10:49 am

    Amber Moon - Love with my whole heart. You are a genius.

  • August 17, 2011 - 9:21 am

    Christi Reynolds - I am so in love with these beautiful images. Gorgeous bride, and beautiful photography. I can NOT wait to have my own wedding in Mendocino next June. Congrats to the beautiful bride and groom!

  • August 20, 2011 - 6:18 pm

    Sarah Layne - What a frickin’ magical place! So awesome!

  • September 6, 2011 - 4:12 am

    Wedding Snappper - Very atmospheric

  • September 6, 2011 - 4:12 am

    Pupparazzi Pet Photography Melbourne - I love the inclusion of the lambs – superb!