Happy New Year! Here's a quick still-life I shot for A. Cheng this weekend. Fun colors for grey days.
Check it out! Cute clothes and accessories I photographed for A. Cheng's e-comm - new arrivals from Ace & Jig, Orly Genger by Jaclyn Mayer and Clare Vivier clutches. I've been an environmental portrait photographer for years, but this foray into still-life is exciting!
Ooooo, here's a peek at a photo shoot I did for Mass Appeal. Images coming on my site soon!
I've been shooting for the awesome team at Foot Locker the last two days. Here's one image that went out on their Instagram for the Nike KD 7 Easy Money shoe launch!
Whoa, it's been a while since I last posted! I've been busy in the last month including shooting the cover story for a Singaporean magazine and freelance photo editing. Here's another photo shoot I did for A. Cheng's social media.
Ok, I'll admit - I actually like doing environmental still-life. Yup. To explore a bit more, I've started shooting for A. Cheng's social media. Here's the latest featuring a cute button-up to wear now and into fall. Pssst...shot with iPhone 5.
Yes! New work on global marketing consultancy Equancy's site.
And these two for the homepage:
Every once in a while, it's good to get out of your comfort zone. For me that "safety" area is environmental portraiture. Even more specifically, artisans, designers, food purveyors. Recently I was commissioned by Rina Norwood Design, a Charlotte, NC and Nashville, TN based interior design group for a residence in Atlanta, GA.
Check out the foyer at this Midtown Atlanta home! Recently purchased, Rina Norwood Design is setting its aesthetic tone. It's a 1920s house, but the interior is a mix of tradition and modern.
The house is still being decorated so we were able to shoot a few areas. That just means I can shoot more another time! Amazing residence and neighborhood. Almost makes me want to move there...almost.
Well hello again! I've got more work out on Roads & Kingdoms. Actually it was published last week, but I didn't want to bombard you with, How cool? Published again! Similar to the Visvanathan “Rudra” Rudrakumaran story, these images focus on Sri Lankan Tamils looking for justice from their government and even an independent state.
Read the story on Roads & Kingsdoms - The Ghost of Prabhakaran | By Adam Matthews