It’s one thing to be in awe of a photographer, but then to have that photographer actually take a portrait of you in their style because you are friends, well, that’s a pretty awesome feeling.
I just got a backdrop roller system here at the studio after never having one before. For the last ten years I’ve had a make-shift method involving metal pipes and ropes hanging from the studio ceiling. After a recent job I did this was gifted to me.
I can’t see how I’ve survived for so long without one.
One of the services that I provide but haven’t listed on my website is Design services. When I deal with music clients part of my post-processing includes making a few small, mock-up album covers that I include so the client can see, visually, some of the things they can do with the photographs we make; be it album-covers or concert flyers or whatever.
Teresa Santoski, who I recently worked with for her head shot, website content and book cover, hired me to design some business cards and post-card sized business callers. Here are the two final designs that we went with. One is a standard business card and the other is a 4.5″ x 4.5″ square card.
I’ve been making album and mix-tape covers my whole life. Why I haven’t announced that I offer that as a service is still a mystery, and one I hope to integrate more formally on the website soon.
I can be an all-in-one stop for photographs and album design.
It excites me greatly to unveil the new music video for Ian Ethan‘s new song, “The Comforter” from his upcoming double-disc album.
Please do yourself a favor and watch this in 1080p high definition – the best and only way to really enjoy it (along with your speakers turned up!)
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