In the current issue of Martha Stewart Wedding
Monday, June 18, 2012
Such an incredible week in Italy for Nic and Jake's wedding. I think this pic sums up the entire ceremony. Everywhere you look, endless vineyards and incredible beauty. It was an honor to be able to DJ this one.
The song that reminds of this trip is hands down the italian version the Young Rascals did of "groovin."
Friday, May 25, 2012
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Friday, July 1, 2011
It's hard to talk about Mr. and Mrs. Malloy without talking about how ridiculously cool and attractive they are. They are the kind of people that you want to first hate because they are so damn talented in so many ways, but once you talk to them, you hate them even more because they are so damn nice too. Do they have a single flaw? Anyone?
Hilary is an accomplished photographer and Emmett runs a record label and also directs movies and other stuff you have seen. Again, they are awesome.
Then came the wedding which included the dudes from Animal catering it, Jack Johnson covering "Just Like Heaven," with Emmett's 8 year old niece, Nicole's touch, and an overall
great group of people, made for the ultimate night.
It was an amazing day/night and couldn't be happier to be a part of such an amazing day for 2 amazing people.
some dude on a guitar
the spread (before)
the Malloy family
Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Malloy!!!!!!!!!
Friday, June 3, 2011
I had the pleasure of DJ'ing Terry and Megan's Malibu wedding. I don't know that I would call this work- getting to play fun tunes, looking out at the beach in Malibu, and celebrating the union of 2 great people. Anyways, it was a great day and wish the Davis couple all the best.
The couple were also lucky enough to tie the actual knot at the famous Adamson House, which is a must-see for any Aneglino.
Monday, April 4, 2011
I teamed up with my buddy Nicole to DJ an engagement party for Megan Ferguson and Nico Swindell. The party was great, the guests were great, and Jane Fonda was there, which was cool. Congrats to the soon to be Mr. and Mrs. Swindell.
The music part was a combination of country (Megan is born and raised in southern Georgia) and your standard motown hits, with a bit of California Hip-Hop, and Myley Cyrus...yes, the one and only.
Here are some pics showing Nicole's handywork.