Anatomy of a Figure Shoot

I shoot connected to a computer that’s placed for both of us to see – as we shoot – and we’re able to evaluate what we’re getting in real time

I’ll admit it: When it comes to photography, I’m far more of a technician than I am creative. I may have a rough idea of what I want to accomplish, but until I actually get the model or client in front of the camera and we start shooting, the possibilities are virtually endless. I like shooting without a specific plan because it makes for an organic shoot – it starts as one thing and often gradually progresses into something entirely different. Continue reading “Anatomy of a Figure Shoot”



Julie C., Actress to Be

I love shooting theatrical headshots; as actors, my subjects tend to be full of energy and personality and the shoots are rarely boring. Julia was no exception. Every frame was a different expression – despite her insistence that she hadn’t moved – and her enthusiasm was infectious. With a subject like her, the shoot is easy; it’s the final image selection that’s difficult. Continue reading “Julie C., Actress to Be”


Fun With Fishnets

Part of my ongoing bodyscape exploration project, this image was especially fun to create. Simple lighting combined with a great model and a lot of micro-tweaking of body parts resulted in a shot that we were both thrilled to see come to life.

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