Posted on December 15, 2022
Everything I ever learned I learned in ancient mythology. Long hair is never just long hair. It has special powers. Take Meaghan, for instance, a structural engineer. Her golden tresses keep her brain warm and limber for hefty work—creating sketches, visualizing designs, and drafting specs, everything that’s needed to turn ideas into solid structures. Magnificent!
Posted on November 8, 2022
Arrayed in crystalline blue, Sonya is charm itself, gleaming like opal and sapphire. But when you’re a principal at an all-boy’s college preparatory, you’ve got to be made of firm stuff that doesn’t merely sparkle. A joy to photograph!
Posted on October 25, 2022
Winter crawls ever closer, gnarled hand by sharpened claw. But we’re fortunate to have a figure to protect us. An actor by day and a bright emblem at night, Abisola is the very picture of springtime, flinging butterflies and yellow beams of light. Radiant!
Studio Actor’s Headshot
Outdoor Actor’s Headshot
Bonus studio shot with wardrobe change
Posted on August 8, 2022
One person will see her husband. Some will see their dad or their uncle or their grandpa. But I see a cowboy, a neighbor, and a prophetic eye. In conversation, he asks questions and works hard to commit answers to memory and to keep those memories—so many of them now—properly sorted. When I asked him if I could take his portrait, he politely laughed me off. But he warmed up to the idea after a few more conversations,—and I’m glad he did. Thank you, sir.
Posted on July 14, 2022
Behind every book is an author with a story. As with most people, this story is a long one with many twists and turns. There are three things that ground retired firefighter and writer Christy Warren during challenging times: her wedding band, her watch, and her tattoo. As a photographer, I particularly like how all three, in the first set, subtly lead to her face and eyes and glorious gray hair. Of the different color treatments, I personally love the black and white version best and hope it’s used to helped represent Christy and her story. Which treatment do you prefer?