Trying to find good Asian food in Albuquerque, New Mexico is sometimes an exercise in futility. Sure there are sushi shops on every corner, but as one of those complicated types who can’t eat rice (long story), there isn’t much to choose from outside of chain restaurants. There are a few great places over in […]
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Connor – adorable toddler. What more can I say?
Nothing says “rite of passage” like getting all fancied up and going to a formal dance in high school. At the risk of sounding like an old person, I remember those days…a long long time ago.
One of the occupational hazards of shooting food photography professionally is being invited to eat the food… lots of it. So it goes without saying that when the wonderful people over at Sup (pronounced ’süp) called me up, I was excited about photographing organic, fresh, farm-to-table wholesome food. In the following photos, I chose to […]
Given the fact that these two never met before this portrait session, I believe they did rather well. Being able to convey intimacy, emotion and casual indifference in photographs is hard enough, but these two were rock stars. Clicking on any of these images will take you to an image licensing page.
Title pretty much explains it all. This is another Cadillac which will be going up for auction within the next few months… Photographed “strobist” style, with two small flashes, no modifiers. These photos were taken with my iPhone and the Hipstamatic App during the photoshoot. Fun. Want to see more stuff from my iPhone?
A selection of my favorite photographs from this lovely outdoor fashion/editorial photoshoot taken down at the Rio Grande Bosque in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Playing dress-up is fun. Playing dress up on a windy, wintry drab kind of day and making the most out of it is even better. Sandia looked gorgeous and the ethereal, dark-yet-playful […]
As a participating contestant of Fitness New Mexico 2012, it is no surprise that Jane is ready for bikini season this summer. She was more than happy to show it off in this pictorial. All I can say is, “you go girl”. She worked hard, and looks fabulous!
Whenever I do a portrait session with a family (which is fairly rare), I have a few requirements:
Sometimes less is more. Blue jeans. White T-shirt. Being able to rock this simple look requires someone of extraordinary beauty. Luckily, Jazmine has plenty of that and then some. She makes this look effortless and a little bit too easy.