My new portfolio.
Only 31 photos to keep it short, sweet and expresses a full range of event, portraiture and fashion photography.
I’m New York City based. If anyone needs an event photographed in a unique and bold style, please feel free to review the new portfolio to see if I’m the right fit for you. If I am, contact me! I’m still booking for the summer.
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What I enjoy about social media and other marketing trends is how we get to choose what information we want to see. We get to “befriend” producers of products that we enjoy. In some ways, it bridges the gap caused by the decline of mom and pop shops because we get to interact with small businesses around the globe. I
I run and operate new small photography business that produces edgy, professional portraits that are outside the sphere of the standard photos we’ve become used to. With this small business, I work hard to create transparency between what I do and the products people want while maintaining relationship with my customers or people who are curious about what I produce. I’m glad to be able to participate in this kind of dialogue, even with folks who haven’t used my service or purchased prints.
Anyway, if you like what you’re reading, please help me continue this trend by clicking the PHOTO below to my Facebook business page. Hit “like” if you like.
As always, thank you for reading.
Thanks to the good lads at Buzzine for using my photo in the review for Moby‘s latest album, Destroyed. Andrew Shaw wrote the review for it. If you’d like to read more about it, click on the picture below:
The five minute editorial became more like 60 seconds but it’s understandable being that it’s….well, Moby. He had just released his new album and photography book, which kept him busy at the gallery opening for his photographs. He was humble, sincere, and he didn’t mind a few pictures with the fashion editor of The Whiskey Dregs and myself. And yes, I did tell him that I’ve been a fan of his since I was 15 back when Everything Is Wrong was newly awesome. Anyway, Clic Bookstore and Gallery, Mute Records, and Maureen of Red Art Projects did a great job putting the whole thing together. Thanks to all.
If you wanna see the rest of the shots and read Alexis Guerra’s account about the exhibit, go HERE.