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Lexa Grace

Lexa Grace Social media allows us to connect instantaneous with people all over the world.  Complete strangers at least half the time.  Then somehow, that person is standing before you while getting ready for their photoshoot.  You learn their story; about their life, children, job, thought processes, etc.  Lexa is a prime example of a…

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Girls On Film

Girls On Film One of the things I love most about photography is working with other photographers.  One of my fellow photogs needed to use my space for a boudoir shoot…and my camera and lighting set up.  I love lighting.  Natural available light.  Studio strobed lighting.  And mixing the two.  Here are a couple frames…

Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass One of the most amazing things about the photography community is creating connections with amazing photographers.  And what is even more amazing is when these connections turn in to friendships.  Over the past year, I have become close friends with AD Series.  When he comes in to town, my home and…

More Abigale Snow

More Abigale Snow One of the joys as a photographer is revisiting older shoots with a fresh set of eyes and a different editing approach.  Like my previous post about this shoot with Abigale, we had set up a time frame to create these images.  Unfortunately some last minute changes to plans forced us to…

Bailey Kay

Bailey Kay   Thanks to the wonderful world of social media and the algorithms that are used to inevitably connect us all, I met Bailey Kay.  Former Marine, mother, artist, tattooer and all around bad ass.  We are talking about more shoots in the near future that will show you the amazing diversity she possesses…

Stripped Down

Stripped Down I started shooting this project over 8 years ago with no clue exactly where it was going to go.  The beginning shoots were shot as i was learning high key lighting and made a lot of mistakes with a lot of learning along the way.  Each shoot evolved the direction I wanted to…