Category: Behind the Scenes

Working with what you’ve got – Finding collaborators

I was recently sent an anonymous “ask” via tumblr, inquiring as to why, in the opinion of the person posing the question, there is a lack of diversity in my portfolio.

I face two primary limitations on my photography, so far as whom I photograph: self-selection bias and resources.

Most of my collaborators approach me, not the other way around; my selection criteria is simple: if you strike me as sane and serious, I’ll work with you. However, I can’t coerce people into posing for me.

Hidden in Plain View

If there’s any thing, in particular that I’d like to believe I strive for in my nude photography, it’s to depict the individuality of the person in front…

Duck and Cover

Do you have a story about being walked-up upon, while on a nude shoot? Sorry, but I am already giggling about what I am imagining to be your…

creating art is serious business (part 2)

creating art is serious business, II (2011) I’ve no idea what exactly I did or said to make Spiro crack up… (though to be fair, moments later, she…