Trapeze at Sunset I visited Los Angeles–for the first time since I was about about ten years old–a couple weeks ago. Having lived in Cambridge for the past eight years, and visiting my hometown of Dallas just a couple times each year, I had forgotten what it was like to be in a truly big… Read more »
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These are shots from a recent shoot with Felicia Sun as model and Torrie Arquette once again providing her amazing makeup services. The wardrobe was provided by La Perla Boston (Thanks Fabianna!). Prints of these images can be purchased at my print store.
I was invited by my co-worker to see his band, Transit Gloria, play at Middle East. I also caught a few shots of another group called Westland Walls (now known as Navajo Fire)–they are the group of four that includes the female singer, Ariel Thomas.
About two months ago, Maria Ciampa and I did a yoga shoot. This shoot came right before I switched jobs and took on a few other projects, so editing of the shots was put on hold. We finally came up with the idea to produce a few composites that were obviously Photoshopped. Think bad proportions,… Read more »
My buddy John performed at The Middle East with his band, The Tesla Hicks, Friday evening. Here are a few shots from the show:
I shot BNMI‘s season finale a couple weeks ago. This was my first shoot with my new 5D Mark II and it rocked! The larger sensor is perfect for the close confines of The Lilypad, where the show was held. The low-light performance and lack of noise just blew me away. I am definitely a… Read more »
In addition to the Meetup shoot last Sunday, I also worked with Yesenia and Aviva from Model Mayhem on a few concepts. This was my first time working with a beauty dish, which is now my new favorite light modifier.
Last week I worked with a Meetup group on a shoot in South Boston. The two featured models are Felicia Sun and Rajiv Roy, both of whom are excellent models! Helping out with hair and makeup was Lorrie Pearson. Krista Young completed the team with wardrobe styling. We have assembled a great team and I look… Read more »
During my recent trip to Dallas, I took some time to photograph my brother and his family. The “awkward family photo” below is the result of 35 minutes of shooting and a late lunch!