I just finished the first three prints from the Form and Light series. These images, along with other human figure studies, are now available as high quality prints in the human figure collection.
I am in discussions with a local pet boutique owner to host an in-store pet portrait event. If everything works out, this will be a great opportunity for you to get a studio-lit, high quality portrait of your best friend at an exceptional promotional price. Keep your fingers crossed and stay tuned on Facebook or Twitter for more news about this special event.
I love shooting kids making messes with food.
I recently began a new art photography project — studies in form and light. In this case, the forms are nude human figures, so if you are in any way offended by that sort of thing, you may want to skip this gallery. Be assured, however, these are artistic images that are in no way pornographic or erotic. Having said that…
I am fascinated with examining the human form for its geometry. Depending on the pose and the shadows cast, there can be a multitude of conforming and opposing lines, curves, triangles, rectangles, circles, and trapezoids. The initial “virtual show” in the featured gallery, studies the beauty in the geometry of a solitary nude female figure posed under varying light temperatures and configurations. Set against a stark black backdrop and eliminating any props, clothes, makeup, or filters, all that is left is light and form in the purest sense. I hope you agree that nothing else is really needed.
“There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” — Jawaharlal Nehru (former Prime Minister of India)
And so begins this next adventure, with eyes open. I welcome all of you who wish to journey with me, and all who wish to look in from time to time.