Reaching way back about 13 years for this image from my archives. This shot was taken for use as the program cover for a local dressage competition. Both subjects here showing a strong emotional connection to each other and what appears to be happening outside the frame.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Vivian is here to take our breath away as we head into the weekend and, yeah, I think she succeeded. It’s shots like this that make me feel like I’m being “spoon fed” professional models by my business headshot clients. I mean seriously, Vivian is just stunning here and this is how she came to work at her office!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I should start offering up to do shoots for hair care products as I can apparently find some great models for them :)⠀
Justin Jackrabbit doing his part to create this moody slice of time at the Eaves Movie Ranch. An overcast day, a window, and a model that owns that space in front of the camera makes for some lovely drama here. Thanks, Jack!
After five years since we last shot together, Malea and I spent some time yesterday evening in the studio and it was long overdue! We captured some vintage style black and white portraits this time around. I hoped she would bring her magical ability to elevate my photography work with her, and I was not disappointed. Here’s the first of many I’ll be sharing from our shoot yesterday.
Rebecca really knows how to create that classic Hollywood vibe. Sure, I lit the scene and did my part in post processing, but she brought this look and attitude to the space in front of my camera.
Love this image Colleen and I did together for this jewelry test shoot a few weeks back.The jewelry is supposed to be the star of the, but it’s got some pretty serious competition from the model wearing it