Old West setting plus guitar plus goth cowboy equals Justin Jackrabbit. Jack’s one of the most colorful character’s I’ve had the pleasure of working with and I’m very thankful I got the chance to shoot with him in Santa Fe.
Keepin’ and eye out for those Martian Spiders. They always seem to be running late (probably cause they’re voodoo).
The latest “Traveler” series shot with our hero taking a moment to make some notes before moving on. This shot gives away the address of our latest shoot. Some Franklin residents probably know where she is sitting in this photo. 🙂
The Traveler series will continue from a new location soon.
Reaching back into the 90’s with this shot of local actor Charles Green. He and I spent an afternoon shooting for our portfolios (his for acting, mine for my photography) with this shot being my favorite from that day. Charles had a lot of energy and a great sense of humor which worked perfectly in this shot of him in front of the Super Pac-Man machine behind him in the store window.
I lost touch with Charles not long after. We only had this one shoot together but I’ve always loved the whimsy present in this shot. Thanks for being a bright spot in my body of work, Charles, wherever you are these days.
Shot on film (VPSIII)
Olympus 85mm f2.0
Converted to black and white from original color film image in Photoshop
Family photos!? Not my usual thing but I always love to shoot with these guys! Not only are they great to work with but their sessions are so easy as the camera simply loves each and every one of them.
A favorite from my recent shoot with the Callis family. We spent the evening in a few spots in downtown Franklin shooting photos of the girls and their parents. The girls were total rock stars and the whole family is fantastic in front of the camera! More to come from this shot over the coming days.