Recently Fotio had the pleasure of shooting in the backyard of the Frank Lloyd Wright Emil Bach House for a unique outdoor Chicago wedding. This prairie style house was built in 1911 and sits quietly in Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood. When the house was constructed it was a "country home" with a clear view of Lake Michigan from its back porch. The home is part of a series of geometric, cubic homes with overhanging, flat roofs designed by Wright in the early 20th century. This Chicago Landmark with all of it's wooden paneling and gorgeous wooden interior, it is absolutely stunning. Every detail of this masterpiece screams Frank Lloyd Wright. Behind the house is this cute little Tea House which gives you this nice tranquil feeling while sitting in there sipping tea. The spacious backyard is where Fotio was set up during the wedding. We were outside in front of a stone and wooden panel adjacent to the tented reception area. The wall separated the front yard from the backyard which was kind of interesting. The Fotio photos are very fun and unique - we love this place!