I love photographing people. It’s like a compulsion, really. When I’m talking to someone, I can’t help but think about photographing them. (Don’t worry, I’m listening as well. Luckily, this compulsion doesn’t interfere with me paying attention). A point of pride for me is making people feel comfortable and loosen up when I’m creating a […]
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Here’s one of the BTS (behind the scenes) photos of the environmental portraits that I shot for the book celebrating artists in the Mid-Willamette Valley. It was such an honor and thrill to meet and work with these artists.
…at all. But while I had Thomas in the studio to get a business profile headshot and portrait, I took this one. The business portraits came out great, and will serve their purpose well. But this is my favorite portrait.
When I first moved to Oregon, I was so blown away by its beauty. I still am.
Why does McDonald’s food look so much better in the ads than at the restaurant? (via kottke)
I received an email & phone call from Rick at Warner/Chappell Production Music Ltd, London, UK about licensing one of my images they found online (see below). Love it when things go international.
The power of Pine-Sol® is stronger than you think. See what happened when men who thought they were part of a product test met the Pine-Sol® Lady.
Yesterday, I was honored to photograph the staff, volunteers & space of the Raphael House (website, Facebook). I had been contacted by Karol Collymore (photo below). She absolutely rocks, and the staff and volunteers are just so brilliant!. They are doing such great, and unfortunately, necessary work.
I did a (very) quick photoshoot for Caleb latest finished bike build. I can’t tell you how impressed I’m with his work.
Love the iPhone.
It was great to see the ad in Sunday’s paper after all the work done by everybody during the previous week. Plus the sentiment is right on target. This was a composite photograph. It was interesting as we didn’t meet any of the nurses beforehand, and they each came in separately at different times. It […]
Working on some regional advertising campaigns for a couple of newer clients. Put a book and gallery show together with Mary Lou Zeek. Quite a few business portraits, and portraits for people running for office (some of which are currently on a few billboards). Some promotional work for a few bands and musicians. And working […]
The beautiful Kelly Williams Brown and the ever dapper David.
The Back Alley Barbers (Facebook, Reverbnation ) stopped by this morning for a photo shoot. Just a tease:
Rob has a very cool studio. What beautiful light. Not only was I lucky enough to photograph this outstanding artist, we were able to talk films/movies for a bit as well.
From our first day of this project, the artist, Kristin Kuhns – so warm, inviting, and crazy talented.
I really enjoy meeting and photographing people in their own spaces. Photographing artists while they’re working is absolutely sublime! Carol Hausser is just so talented and fantastic. These visits have been so humbling.
We were lucky enough to meet Nancy Lindburg on her birthday. What an extremely talented person, and so nice as well.
Thrilled to speak with Bonnie, yesterday. Honored to be invited into her house and studio to photograph.
It was my distinct pleasure to meet and talk with artist and sculptor, Robert Hess, yesterday. I literally could have spent hours speaking with him and photographing his work and studio.
As part of a two day editorial photoshoot with Pacific NorthWest artists taken at their homes and studios, here’s a quick portrait of Terry. This project is intense, both in terms of how quickly we have to complete the shoot (12 artists/2 days), and how cool it is meeting these artists. More later.