Marissa wanted to do a shoot to highlight her tattoos, and I was 100% on board. I've always been a fan of awesome and meaningful ink, and now that I rent an office I have a good indoor place to shoot (it was damn cold last week.) Lily assisted as a stylist, and we lit... Continue Reading →
These are strange times. If I were a landscape photographer, I'd be set. But I prefer to photograph people, which is difficult when everyone is supposed to be staying at home. I saw other portrait photographers doing remote photoshoots over FaceTime/Zoom/whatever, so I asked Kayla if she'd be interested. She's always up for a challenge,... Continue Reading →
This Portland trip has been busier than most, but Kayla and I managed to carve out a couple hours for a quick shoot. It was a gorgeous day in Portland, so the window light was perfect. There's something to be said for working with the same models for years. We are able to spend less... Continue Reading →
Kayla had some ideas for a towel shot, so we figured we'd make a whole boudoir shoot out of it. It's been awhile since I've done a shoot like this, but we figured it out. Kayla rocked it, as always, and we ended up with some great images. The window light was great, but we... Continue Reading →
I finally made it back to Portland in September, and hung out for a few weeks. Naturally, I had to schedule a shoot with my three favorite models. We borrowed a house and just had fun.
We headed out to Sokol Blosser and White Rose to tase some wine and grab some photos. Because wine goes with photography, obviously.
I never have quite as much time as I'd like when I visit Portland. So instead of big shoots that require driving and setup and all that, we opted for something simple this time. Ava Roasteria has a great location in Progress Ridge next to a large pond. There are outdoor tables on the west... Continue Reading →