Category Archives: Portraits
As I walked past the darkened living room last night, I noticed my daughter sitting on the sofa, lit only by the screen of her laptop. Grabbed my camera because there was something there in that image that I felt … Continue reading
Yesterday I had the pleasure and the honor of being one of the photographers participating in Help-Portrait. Here is a link to a video which explains the event: http://community.help-portrait.com/video/2011-help-portrait-community-video-1 Here are a couple of portraits that I made: This is … Continue reading
My youngest turned 18 recently. I shot her birthday portrait in my studio before we went to dinner to celebrate.
Today was spent doing a photo shoot for Lisa Sirlin Hall’s new collection of KnucklePUNK jewelry for men. A couple of different guys tried it on during the shoot and commented on the weight of it – very heavy stuff – … Continue reading
My friend, Robyn, drove with her husband, up from Torrance to my Artist’s Reception at the No Roses Gallery in Sherman Oaks. I am wearing the beautiful lei that she made for me! Awesome!
The challenge here was to make David look a little more “street” because in most photos he has a tendency to look very young and boyish. I like this one.
During this morning’s portrait shoot we played with a lot of looks. I especially like this one, done with some dramatic, high contrast lighting.
I was asked to take photos during an interview with Doug Spearman for a series by Paul Sheargold on men and their spaces with regards to interior design. Doug’s home is painted in very bold colors – a feast for … Continue reading
After their formal portrait session was finished, the girls wanted to do a “totem pole” shot for fun. Their father and grandmother were good sports and went along with it. It was fun for everybody!