Today’s shot features Peter Christian at Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, California.
While most Californians revel in the fact that they live in a climate where 50 degrees is considered bone chilling, I have a different mindset. My kind of heaven includes snow and freezing temperatures. I’m not talking about extreme freeze your tush off ten months out of the year weather, I may be crazy, but I’m not nuts! All I ask is a bit of a cold front, and a snow storm in July.
During the year, I got to shoot a wide variety of settings, and people, from weddings, engagement shoots, model shoots, and just being out and about. This first one is of Peter Christian. We arranged to shoot at Griffith Park Observatory, only problem, rain. We shot anyway, and got some dramatic shots, THANKS to the rain.
What can I say about Wendy Wilson, other than I am a bit smitten. We met at a wedding I was shooting, and it took almost a year to get together. But when we did…we were able to make beautiful images.
In May, I had the honor of working alongside Tina Chapman in Las Vegas. Jake and Melissa were an extremely fun couple, here they are playing it up.
Creative people are always fun to work with, the collaboration that takes place can create some very interesting results. Frduah Boateng is one such multi-talented creative individual. What’s more, he’s a good friend too.
Another model that took me a year to chase down was Devin Coffin. She is stunningly beautiful, and has a fiery personality to match. When we did get together, we shot at the Millenium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
In downtown Monrovia, there is a vibrant artist community, that gathers regularly during the summer. Here is a musician on one of those events.
Wendy Wilson I back, this time with a guitar!
While walking to Mirror Lake in Yosemite, I was enthralled at how the light filtering through the trees fell upon my friends walking ahead of me.
October 8th, 2011, I was happily witnessing Brian and Ashley’s wedding in Fallbrook, CA. This wedding was truly a unique experience for me, having a comic book theme, there were hints and details everywhere. They are a perfect pair, and a ridiculously fun couple to work with. Here are a few highlights, in black and white.