On top of my love for music photography and portraits, I also spend a good deal of time working on personal photography projects centered about things that are important to me throughout my life. I’ve been neglecting my more personal photography work for a while now, and I’m hoping that I can correct that, and reintroduce my personal work to a new audience. There are links available on my fine art website HERE.
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I don’t remember how long I’ve known photographer Jane Button. It seems like forever. I know she was around when I was in college, so that makes it at least 14 or so years. I’ve always thought she was adorable, and I’m always making stupid “cute as a button” comments because of her last name, but I love being around Jane. She’s a theater actor and she’s always so friendly and I just enjoy her.
She’s branching out to spend more time being a professional photographer and she hired me to create some head shots that would go on her new website and various online purposes.
Cute as a Button.
Sara and I were in an antique store, an I came across this little 3 1/2 x 6 inch flyer for old Kodak film. It was only $1, so I jumped all over it and I brought it home with me and scanned the front into the computer. At some point, I’ll make a large print of it and hang it on my wall.
Film is not dead. Believe in film.
Christian is the brother of Teresa, whom I’ve photographed in the past and has been a friend for many years. The Santoski family was very happy with the photographs of Teresa I created, so when time came for Christian to have his high school senior yearbook/portraits created, they came to me. Which is awesome.
More portraits and more words after the cut:
Shutterbug gave me a little mention and talked about how inspirational my “Inspiration” video was (featuring Muppet Sid) that I made for DEDPXL.