Monthly Archives: March 2014

It was a pleasure working with Karena yesterday in Santa Fe, NM. She is a freshman at the University of New Mexico, studying Psychology and Pre-Med. She told me that this was her first modeling gig, but you would have never known by the shoot that followed. She was relaxed and open to direction, which […]

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After a long and eventful week with Jeff Lipsky and the other eleven workshop participants, it is time for a break. The workshop has been so informative and has given everyone great opportunities, far more than a studio environment with like-minded people. On Wednesday, we drove to an abandoned three story power plant just outside […]

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Do you remember that feeling in school when the teacher announced that the class would be going on a field trip? Do you recall the excitement, packing a special lunch, sunscreen, and a rain jacket (just in case)? And those really special trips that included an overnight, like traveling to the nation’s capital or space […]

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This is the most common statement that I hear when working with a new client. The root of the problem comes from years of being placed (in a seat or on an x) in front of a camera and being told to  “smile,” which generally results in a stiff and frozen grimace. Whether it be […]

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A couple of weeks ago I got the opportunity to do portraits for up and coming country music singer/songwriter Jessica Nixon – my first opportunity to shoot a musician! She initially approached me wanting more casual outdoor portraits, so she could take a break from the studio style portraits. I was very happy to oblige. […]

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