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Graze Los Angeles 1 Year Anniversary

Graze Los Angeles 1 Year Anniversary

When Graze LA hit us up and asked us to do some event photography for their 1 year anniversary, we couldn’t say no. Graze LA is a women owned, Los Angeles based (duh) business that creates amazing charcuterie boards. The owners, Taleen and Tanya, are childhood friends with a love for wine, cheese and cured meat. Then again, who doesn’t love those things? We definitely do!

We’re not going to lie, when we spoke about doing the photography, we were excited. Not only for the opportunity to showcase what we do best, but because of above the mentioned statement. Wine. Cheese. Meat. No but seriously, Graze LA does a beautiful job of putting together the perfect combination of cheeses and meats with the usual suspects of sides. But what separates them from the pack, is that they incorporate their Armenian culture, heritage and cuisine. If you haven’t had Armenian cuisine, take our word for it; it’s ridiculous. In a good way.

The event was hosted at Light Lab in Atwater Village. We must admit, we didn’t know what to expect and how the lighting and aesthetic of the venue would be. Let’s just say we were pleasantly surprised. The studio is decorated with super modern and contemporary furniture and artwork, and it even had a full-sized kitchen.

Graze Los Angeles 1 Year Anniversary

For The Love of Cheese

As much as guys hate to admit it, women have a keen eye for aesthetics. The way Graze LA organized everything was picture perfect…literally. The event had some awesome vendors too: Unadulterated Candles, Live Laugh Florals and Mooch Marble. Along with the vendors, there were a ton of sponsors that were giving away prizes in Graze’s raffle. We could list them all, but trust us, there’s a lot. One that did stand out though was the boys from Mek Auto Group who showed up and represented.

Check out the photos from the anniversary event below. We think they came out pretty good.