As a fine art wedding + lifestyle photographer, I need more than just my camera gear on hand during a shoot--bobby pins, styling props, floral tape, kleenex, you name it. Of course I'm always in need of an extra handy pocket or two to tote these essentials around, along with a place to store lens caps (I misplace those sneaky little things ALL the time), extra film, my phone, etc. These elegant and natural professional aprons designed by fellow fine art wedding photographer, Heidi Lau, are an ideal option for creative professionals, and are handcrafted in Toronto. For those working creatives interested in purchasing one of these beautiful linen aprons, take advantage of GATHER 33's current sale (order online by March 27, 2016 for 10% off) and if in the U.S., the current exchange rate! Aprons run $75-$80 CAD (approximately $55-$60 USD).
Here's a great description from GATHER 33's website:
GATHER 33 is a shop that values simple designs, natural materials and quality handmade goods. With these core values in mind, the wedding professional's apron was born. The apron was designed by fine art wedding photographer, Heidi Lau. As a film photographer, she has the constant need to have something that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing to carry and organize her film and smaller film gear. Pockets were not always enough, sometimes non-existent and often bags were too big and hard to keep organized. She designed the apron with thoughtful details like three deep pockets, a loop hole and rounded pocket openings tailoring it towards the wedding photographer and wedding creative professionals. And in supporting the small business community, GATHER 33 is proud to have the aprons handcrafted locally in Toronto, Canada.