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A Collection of My Photography

2014 Detroit Auto Expo - Cars

In early January of 2014 I was able to attend the 2014 International Auto Expo in Detroit to shoot photos and video for Toyota. The Auto Expo is an interesting and fun experience for any car enthusiast. I was fortunate to be able to spend some time walking the show floor and shooting some of the new releases. While the focus of the show was certainly on Toyota’s new FT1, you’ll see some of the new Corvettes, the 2015 Subaru WRX, Audi’s R8, and some Porsches.

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Rodney Barbour - Promo Images

In January of 2013 I was approached to do a complete rebranding of Rodney Barbour, a concert organist from Cincinnati, Ohio. These images were taken in St Susanna Catholic Church with their Rodgers organ. Rodney has been a playing the organ since the 1980’s and wanted a fresh new presence. These images were the first portion of a new branding the rest can be found at RodneyBarbour.com, which is also of my design and development.

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Matthew and Greta - Infant and Pet

It has been said that puppies and babies are what sells. It has also been said that they are both the worst thing to work with. Fortunately for me I have an overly tolerant dog and a wonderful little nephew. Matthew and Greta both love to play and both love being outside in the sun! In this image set, Matthew was about 6 months old, a prime age for infant photography. Great expression and limited mobility.

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Willow - Fashion Portraiture

Fashion and portraiture photography have always fascinated me. The challenge of capturing emotion and intent with a single frame is something that I’ve been pushing myself to do for a few years now. I had the pleasure of working with a classical dancer, Willow, in a studio shoot.
The shoot had two locations, the first was a white seamless and the second was an upscale french provincial living room. This was a fun and challenging shoot. Overcoming limitations in time, and location forced me to think outside of the box.

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