Mark came to me by way of his wife, Julie, whom I did an extensive session with for her latest album “Rising – a Modern Cantata for the World to Come” (which I’ll be blogging about soon). Mark needed some new head shots that would be used for his companies website.
Julie came along for the session, and before they left, I made sure we photographed the two of them together.
Drew liked working with me so much from a previous head shot session, that when he lost a few pounds he called me up and we got him back into the studio.
I always enjoy listening to his stories and catching me up on his happenings, and I’m looking forward to serving him again soon 🙂
Six years ago my buddy Matt Smigiel got together and did a Wolverine-inspired photography shoot. I’m a big comic-book fan and I had a ton of fun with Matt that day, and I knew someday I’d like to get around to doing another one.
Well, after a lot of procrastinating and seeing the “Noir” version of the latest Wolverine movie “Logan” I dusted off the claws and got Matt to come down to Nashua for another day of *snikt!”-ing claws and saying “bub” a lot.
More images after the cut:
Mark your calendars!
The lovely Jane Button Photography and I will be sitting down at the New Hampshire Institute of Art on the evening of October 3rd and discussing the ins-and-outs of planning and prepping and executing commercial portrait photography with students, alumni, members and anyone else that wants to attend and talk shop. Our hope is to give the students an idea of what to expect after graduating and heading out into the creative services field.
Free to attend.
When: Tuesday, October 3rd 2017
Time: starts at 5:30pm
Where: The Thom Adams Room, Fuller Hall, 156 Hanover Street, Manchester NH
Who: for NHIA students, alumni, members, anyone else that wants to listen to us gab.
Last week a post about my ThreeA figure “Sh*t Got Real JC” was published. He rules. Over the weekend I brought him over to Clough State Park, which I have done with my other ThreeA figures in the past, and spent a lovely afternoon making images with him.
A word of advice to other ThreeA collectors out there that like to take photographs of their figures: BE CAREFUL WITH THE WRIST PEGS! While trying to remove that awesomesauce Mad Max jacket I have for him, I pulled on the sleeve too hard and his wrist peg snapped. This is the second time I’ve had a wrist peg snap – the first time was back at the start of 2017 when changing hands for my Blind Cowboy and his peg snapped. Replacements can be found on eBay, but they are stupid expensive. So be extra careful when doing anything with the hands or wrists. I’ve since cut that long leather sleeve off the jacket, so now it’s more of a badass leather vest. Still looks excellent.
You can see a few more example images I made over on my Flickr page.