[You can read the rest of this series here.] THE CONCEPT You know the phrase “Dance Like No One Is Watching”? That’s where this image is coming from. Simple. THE PEOPLE Speaking of simple, when you are working with photogenic folks like Paige and Evan of the band Sleepy Kitty, it’s pretty simple to make [Continue Reading…]
When Paige and Evan call and say, “we have this really cool cardboard set we just used for a video shoot and we were wondering if you wanted to come over and take some photos of us with it” you just go. No questions. Just. Go. The dynamic duo (finally a case where that overused [Continue Reading…]
My friends Evan and Paige of Sleepy Kitty played their biggest show yet last night, and they kindly asked me to document the night for them. As an admirer of their music, their graphic design business, and their support for my own work I was all too happy to oblige. After watching them perform to [Continue Reading…]
This week I had the honor of coordinating the St. Louis stop on the 2010 OneLight Workshop tour. This successful (or would that be sucksessful?) workshop is hosted Zack Arias, a talented photographer and educator from Atlanta. The basic premise behind Zack’s workshop is that you don’t need a zillion dollars worth of equipment to make a great photo; in fact you can create compelling images with a single light. Hence the whole “OneLight” thing. Duh.
What do you get when you combine a ridiculously creative duo like Sleepy Kitty with a killer location and a lighting-happy music photographer? Well, you get promo photos like this for your band: The Concept Readers of this here blog will recognize Paige and Evan from the live shots I’ve done for them. I’ve informed [Continue Reading…]
My new friends Sleepy Kitty played a great show at Cicero’s last night and I had the honor of photographing them again. This time I was armed with my new D700 and 24-70mm f/2.8 glass so I shot like a mad man. I’ll be adjusting a few settings after editing these shots, but I’m definitely [Continue Reading…]