I wanted to venture into studio portraits and instantly fell in love with it. I had never seen a cyclorama before, much less played with so much lighting equipment. It was incredibly easy to learn. My friends and I had a lot of fun in front of the camera.
A friend of mine had asked me to help him at a shoot in New York for his CEO's new start up. I was more than happy to do so. Hillflint provides specially designed collegiate sweaters for Harvard, Yale, Princeton and many more.
Jackie and Tristan
Jacke and Tristan moved to their new home and asked if they could have their "move in" photos taken. I was not aware that was a thing, but a few pinterest boards got me up to speed. Jackie was thrilled and used the photos for her "We Just Moved" cards for her friends and family.
This is part one of my Sit and Eat collection from various restaurants in Washington DC.
If I am eating at a particular restaurant for the first time, I make sure to bring the camera along. I try to shoot from exactly where I am sitting as to not draw attention to myself from dining patrons.
This is part two of my Sit and Eat collection taken from various restaurants around Washington DC.
I love food. Who doesn't? I'm not the first to snap a shot of my plate, nor will I be the last, but I do it with a giant camera in my hand. I don't mind the stares when the food is presented with such finesse.
The Graveyard Shift
I work the graveyard shift as a police officer, constantly seeking out the boogy man. What I've learned is that the boogy man wears a mask and carries a gun. The streets are eerily quiet and void during the week, but when the weekend comes, alcohol and violence greet each other outside the night clubs.