Just finished having some additional images retouched from my jewelry campaign photo shoot with the beautiful Michaela Vybohova from Major Model Management, NYC. Hair and makeup by the talented Veronika Robova.
Last week I shot a jewelry campaign and catalog. The client cast the beautiful Michaela Vybohova now with Major Model Management, New York. I had worked with Michaela a few years ago for a shearling outwear client. Michaela told me that was one of her first jobs after arriving in NYC. The fun and talented Veronika Robova did an amazing job with hair and makeup!
Veronika is from the Czech Republic, Michaela hails from Slovakia, the reunion and relations between the two states went extremely well except for this minor skirmish with a Makita leaf blower.
The client needed a rush on the retouching and delivery of images in order to print banners for a trade show in Las Vegas he is attending; twenty-four hours later, here are some of the images I delivered. I can’t wait to see photos of the trade show booth (love seeing my photos printed large), catalog and print ads!
My recent collaboration with stylist Britt Lavoi and makeup artist Jamie Dorman has just been published in Lucy’s Magazine. We chose to work with a pastel color pallet. I created a set design using pink and blue seamless paper and painted cubes. The colors play off each other very well. We selected to work with model Mal Dolgan from MC2 New York. Mal is beautiful, fun and really captured the essence of our playful concept.
The concept is a clean set using grey seamless paper rolled up exposing the photo studio’s cement floor giving a bit of an industrial feel. Fashion is denim driven using accessories and set design to tie in non-denim looks. Hair is loose and wind-blown, makeup is clean with strong elements. Lore’s look is very strong, beautiful face, thick, long hair, and a great figure. Her posing and movement is strong, she really knows how to work a look.
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I am very proud to share a wonderful interview of me by Kimberly E. Stone. Her questions were unexpected and caught me a bit off guard. I think they give insight into who I am, how I got here, and where I am going with my fashion and beauty photography as well as my life in general. She did a nice job selecting which of my photographs to include. Her edit gives a good feel of my body of work!
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And check out Kimberly’s company POSHGLAM!
All my adult life I have been volunteering with children. I have done literacy work in New York City elementary and high schools for 10 years, a volunteer for Catholic Big Brothers for 8 years, and have hosted 6 foreign exchange students through AFS, each for a full school year.
It goes without saying I love photographing kids. Where it is not a large percentage of my work, I find it fun and gratifying. The younger they are, the more difficult it is. Try getting a cranky two year old to stand on a specific spot, facing forward, and smiling while the clothes look well styled!
I don’t share much of my children’s work, but here is a new collection from one of my NYC fashion clients. We shot it this spring. I am excited to hear it is already in 50 stores!
I am pleased to share my latest fashion beauty editorial published in OOB Magazine, Paris. Its all about the braids and fun, irreverent makeup!
The shoot features model Kersti Niinemagi with Women/360 Management. I love the fun, creative braids by hair stylist Damian Monzillo and amazing makeup courtesy of Margina Dennis. Fashion stylist Asanti Austin provided the cool clothing.
To see the entire editorial click here!