Model & MUAH: [link] Photography: [link] Wardrobe: Rupees Sarees [link] Assistant: Chris Chetwood
Another shot from my shoot for Rupees Sarees. This was one of my favorite shoots to date. The client and stylist were professional and fun, and that really set the tone for an amazing shoot at a gorgeous location.
Model: Valeria Gladysheva MUAH: Angelina Vargas Designer: Karen von Oppen Assistant: Chris Chetwood Photography: `Kendra-Paige
Sometimes the hardest lesson to learn is that one should always have a Plan B. The last three photoshoots have been filled with lessons of what to do when the people you depend on don't show up for game time. The answer is to stay positive, have a backup plan, and keep on trucking as though nothing happened.
For this particular image, I reunited with the gorgeous Valeria from my 'Valkyrie' shoot last week, and experimented with a different style. I hope you all enjoy my foray into uncharted waters!
While at work, inspiration struck. I had the weekend off, and wanted to spend it doing photography to focus on personal projects, but couldn't find anyone interested. Then, it hit me. I have a perfectly beautiful muse just sitting upstate. So, I drove nearly five hours north, picked her up (kidnapped her), and drove five hours home.
Today marks the fourth shoot I've done with the always-gorgeous *MeganCoffey, and it was really a fantastic time! We did three looks in all, so there will be plenty of updates in the not-too-distant future!
This was my first shoot with animal co-stars, and it was by far one of my favorites! I always adore working with Megan, it's impossible to take a bad photo of her, and she's a joy. Getting to interact with animals was definitely a plus! Please do give Megan's profile some love, as well!
Model & MUA: [link] Photography: Assistant: Chris Chetwood
Day One of my annual Creative Week is in the bag, with a conceptual shoot to kick us off. I wanted to do this shoot to test out my fog machine outdoors (turns out it doesn't work), but I still managed to get some great shots.
Stay tuned for Part II! Feedback, comments, and critique are always welcome.