I don't know what to say. We live in a world where anything is possible and that is perfectly manifested by the location of my most recent shoot with Helen Mills. Located near Carlisle, OH is one of the few remaining Futuro houses in the world. A friend happened to be passing by, snapped a … Continue reading The Future was Then
Studio Experimentation with Helen Mills
The more I photograph, the more I see room for improvement. I want to consider myself "good,” but how do I define that? I want shots that stop people in their tracks. I want a single image that causes someone to bring a friend over and say, "look at that!" These shots are rare, yet … Continue reading Studio Experimentation with Helen Mills
Revisit, Reset, Rewards and Regrets
Revisit This photoshoot, from earlier this summer, was an unintentionally stressful day. Spending time photographing Helen Mills is usually one of the best joys in life and this shoot was supposed to be the same. Unfortunately, my eagerness to experiment was to be its undoing. At least that’s how I felt in the days and … Continue reading Revisit, Reset, Rewards and Regrets
Aletta Bridal Wedding Dress Shoot
Lafayette photographer, Rachel Sitarz from Bohemian Lights Photography, was kind enough to invite me to head to Chicago for styled shoot with Aletta Bridal. I am not a wedding photographer but the chance to spend the day shooting models in an urban environment was too good to pass up. As luck would have it, a … Continue reading Aletta Bridal Wedding Dress Shoot
Sometimes pictures aren’t enough. A day with Helen Mills in Bloomington, IN.
The saying goes that a picture is worth a thousand words and with the photos I took after my most recent shoot, you would think I wouldn't have much left to say. If you spent a day with the absolutely confounding Helen Mills, you'd agree that 24 pictures just aren't enough. So, why is Ms. … Continue reading Sometimes pictures aren’t enough. A day with Helen Mills in Bloomington, IN.
Exploring and Modeling in Abandoned Indiana
In this world of Instagram, Facebook photographer groups and YouTube tutorials, it's hard to see my work as unique. I want to take photos that no one has done before, but how is that possible when everyone has a high quality camera in their pocket and the ability to share their art instantaneously? With fall's … Continue reading Exploring and Modeling in Abandoned Indiana