There is a lot of photography that I don't get to share sometimes that is done for larger companies and corporations. That is just the nature of the beast.
But I did want to share this image, which I shot back in March of 2016. It was for a very large company who had hired me to photograph some of their clients on white, to match up with some video work another company down the hall from me was producing on the same day with the same clients. These were portraits of survivors of trauma or sickness in one form or another.
When this gorgeous woman stood in front of my camera, she kinda took my breath away; she was really tall, towering over me, and she had this incredible jawline (I have a thing for jawlines - I have a weak chin which is why I have a beard: to cover it up), and as I had her stand straight and look directly at me, there was great strength and power coming from her. You could feel it. It was remarkable.
She nailed this in like two shots. Some people are natural in front of cameras. Look at that jawline. Look how the light from the background traces the outline of her jaw. Crazy powerful. Crazy strength. I love this portrait in black & white. Being exposed to people like this, for however long or shot, is partly why I love photography.