Filmont is my friend Mike Fildes’ business. He’s an up and coming entrepreneur and his business is selling one of a kind tables. He teams up with tattoo artists from True Tattoo to create these masterpieces. His website is coming soon, but check out some of the product photography.
I always wanted to play around with light painting and sparklers (even though it’s played out.. fuck it).
What better time to do it than 4th of July season. Judy and Ari decided to help me out with this, which turned out waaaay harder than we anticipated. In typical girl-with-sparklers-fashion, they decided to light paint hearts.
While messing around on Photoshop, I ended up inverting the colors and kind of went experimental from there. I ended up with some modern art looking stuff. This is just a precursor for my 4th of July themed project, enjoy!
Morning is a Canadian (Vietnamese/aboriginal mix) import model who was in town for Hot Import Nights. We were originally planning to shoot months ago, but planning shoots prior to this one always failed. Honestly, I thought a shoot would actually never happen. Fortunately, I was wrong about that and we did end up doing a shoot a couple of weeks ago. Definitely a different experience working with her, but it was refreshing to have such a confident and energetic model to work with.
Here’s the first set, hope you guys like them so far—
I met Ariel through school— I did her graduation photos with Kaci, but I noticed that she took direction really well when it came to posing and it clicked. She also has the coooolest eyes I’ve ever seen, so I asked her if she was down to do a shoot…
Been a while since Judy and I did a shoot. Ended up hanging out with her the other day and we used the new couch/bed in the loft for this shoot. Kept it simple with the wardrobe and I played with my new neutral density filter.
My friend was thinking of starting his own clothing line, and asked me what my ideas would be if I joined him. Not to disclose too many details, (because it could actually happen) but this is what it could look like if we were to really do it.
After posting my 2014 portfolio on Facebook, I got a ton of friend requests from models/stylists in the Vegas industry. Of those friend requests, Dulce reached out to me directly to do a shoot. She pitched me a really cool concept that piqued my interest, but I didn’t want to do it unless we did a warm up shoot. The concept is cool, but it could get really complicated so I wanted to meet her and do a quick shoot before jumping into it.