The boy actually slept until 5:30am! Our latest Christmas morning with the boy, yet. Merry Christmas, all!
Author Archive for: Will
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Will contributed a whooping 79 entries.
Entries by Will
Great to work with Kyle Sexton, Marketing Strategist, creating new images for him. Kyle: “I am a consultant and in the last 30 days I have hired a consultant. I am a photographer and in the last 30 days I have hired a photographer. I produce and direct video productions and in the last 30 […]
Great fun working with the multi-talented, intimidating (just kidding, at least off the mat/out of the ring) Roma Pawelek. (click on images to view full sized)
Had a blast last night. Created some photos for City of Pieces press kit and promotional needs. Also captured some basement, shoot in the dark, band practice photos. (Click through the slideshow) Also, and maybe most important, City of Pieces is currently running a Kickstarter campaign for their first vinyl release. Please check it out. […]
It’s been a good year for my editorial work, and I’ve been thinking of putting together a little slideshow for the year (don’t hold me to that). Came across a few behind the scene (bts) photos from a very fun shoot earlier this year. Nothing really special, just had a blast working with everyone involved. […]
(Part of a personal project. Can’t thank Lyndsey Fields Houser enough.)
Things are moving along in the the glamorous world of freelance photography… 😉 For someone who advocates sharing your work and ideas online, I sure do suck at it personally. Anyways, I’ve done quite a bit of editorial work lately – I’m about to head out to a shoot for the ABA Journal magazine in […]
Many of you know that my start was in music photography. I come from a more late 70s/early 80s punk/new wave background (The Buzzcocks, Stiff Little Fingers, the Stooges, Husker Du, The Jam, Minor Threat, etc.) And I love me some DIY house shows. Unfortunately, for a myriad of reasons, I haven’t been seeing much […]
Normally don’t put the personal up on this site, but it was a blast. He’s been intermittently screaming, “This is the best day EVER !!!”, throughout the day. (And yes, we don’t have a snow shovel… haven’t needed one.)
Poet & Doctor.
“I needed a photographer to shoot grown men racing cars while carrying small pigs.” Follow this link for the photos.
Most of us think of the magazines we see at the supermarket checkout, book stores or the subscriptions we receive at home, and of course, the Publishing Clearing House sweepstakes 😉 . So mentioning I just did a photoshoot for Car & Driver magazine is more easily recognizable for most people. But a lot of […]
Adam Gallardo needed an author’s photo, typical needs for book jacket, website, and other promotional reasons. His first book of a two book deal will be coming out soon. After photographing a typical author’s headshot, I wanted to capture some of Adam’s personality and experience. Basically, I wanted a bit more of Adam’s experience of […]
I’ve been contacted lately by a few potential clients about advertising photography for outdoor gear companies. A friend of mine owns a retail outdoors store, and had mentioned my name to a few people. As is often the case, and rightfully so, the people wanted to see some specific outdoor images which I currently don’t […]
“Sometimes working in editorial you have to cold call photographers and ask for the strangest things. In this case, I needed a photographer to shoot grown men racing cars while carrying small pigs. Will didn’t question why, but only asked when! From his online portfolio it appeared he had an eye for capturing the unique […]
Doing both editorial photography and commercial photography and marketing yourself is an always interesting affair. In general many of the magazines that I shoot for don’t want obvious image manipulation, while many of my commercial clients do. But as I say that a million experiences flood my memory when the opposite is true. But ultimately […]
My distinct pleasure to work with the artist Dan May ( D. E. May, PDX Contemporary Art | On the Way ).
Very proud to have worked with Equity Foundation, Portland, Oregon and LeAnn Locher to create images for June Pride Month, advertising and other collateral materials. Some examples.
Always *fun* to shoot in a small, dark & mirrored gym. Sarah was just phenomenal to work with (I know – “with whom to work” … I think…).
(Family Affair is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from September 12, 1966 to September 9, 1971.) It must have been in syndication when I saw it, I’m not that old! The reason I bring it up is my assistant, Doug, acted as a quick test subject for me during a recent on location photo shoot, […]