Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Hangin' with the band Missing Piece

It's been a while since I've been backstage with a rock band but I was fortunate the other day to not only be able to hang out with the band Missing Piece in my home, but I was asked to photograph them for some new promo pieces they're working on. Well, it wasn't exactly in my home, it was more like in the garage. I had a fog machine set up for the shoot and I didnt' want the fog drifting around and stinkin' up the inside of the house. Take a peek at some of my favorite pics we got and make sure to check out their music here. It's good stuff. All the best to you guys!

'08 Senior: Zachary

Just like his brother Jordan back in '06, Zachary was the first Senior guy of '08 that I've photographed. My Senior season is right around the corner and I got a reminder of how much I dig shooting Seniors when I photographed Zachary. You rocked it Zach. I'm soooo looking forward to the coming year to try out even more techniques that I've been working on and to shoot at a bunch of new locations I've discovered. Enjoy these for now!

Saturday, November 3, 2007

Married: Jeremy & Erin

From Superman shots at their engagement session to karate kicks at the reception (see below), Jeremy and Erin (a.k.a.- Grace Kelly) have to be one of the nuttiest couples I've worked with. . .and I love that. Below all of the nuttiness, they are truly in love and a perrrrrfffffect fit for each other. As as side note, major props to Willy (Erin's step dad and an amazingly gifted physical therapist). If it weren't for him fixin' my recent back problems, I wouldn't have functioned nearly as well as I did. I had so much fun with this couple and their families. Thank you for having me be such an important part of your day. There's lots more to come but for now check out some of my favorites.

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Halloween fun!

At 1 in the afternoon of Halloween I got a wild hair-brained idea to call all of our neighbors and some friends and tell them to bring their kids over so that I could photograph them in their Halloween costumes for nada. I was already going to take some pics of Kyan and Jordyn so why the heck not. I guess it was my good deed for the day. I couldn't have done it without my wife and assistants Danielle (fro'd out girl) and Jessica (girly golfer) so a big thank you to you. For two and a half hours my studio was complete chaos from kids, and some adults, running around and yelling, but I gotta tell ya I had soooooo much fun. There's something infectious about surrounding yourself with kids, and before long I was running, jumping and yelling too. This may just have to become and annual thing as it's good for the soul. Take a peek at my favs.