It’s been a while since I shot a proper concert, so it felt good to get back to my photographic roots and capture some titanic legends of the genre in the process. Behold, the precision math-crush-meisters of Meshuggah and the roaring stoner metal of High On Fire.
Remember that project I told you about where I was photographing all of my Facebook friends? I’ve done over 250 now. That’s a lot. Just look at all of those faces. And I’m about to do a lot more. On the road. Gone ‘Til November A week from today I’ll be taking this show on [Continue Reading…]
This was a fun event for my friends in the US Bartenders Guild at the newly re-christened Bar Paradigm. It was a cocktail contest featuring ten local mixologists using Nolet’s Gin to wow a thirsty crowd. Beautiful people, delicious drinks, and trick lighting. And I got to enjoy a cocktail when I was done!
One of the perks of being both a working musician as well as a photographer is that I frequently get to shoot folks that I also play with. In this case, I was called on to do fresh promo photos for the very talented Candice Ivory after drumming on her upcoming album. Candice had strong [Continue Reading…]
Natalie sings, writes and plays/teaches piano and is about to release her long-awaited EP. Of course she needed some fresh photos for the promotion of the record and possibly some album artwork, so yours truly was honored to work with her. Each of three photo setups with was concocted to correlate to the three themes [Continue Reading…]
My friend Peat Wollaeger is a world-renowned artist whose stencil based work can be seen all over his hometown of St. Louis as well as cities around the globe. He recently launched a clothing line that takes his artwork from the streets to the closets of fashionable folks. We recently did a run-n-gun shoot to [Continue Reading…]
It’s been a while since I shared some shots from one of my best regular clients, MensUnderwearStore.com. So here you go. Just in time for Valentine’s Day. And before you ask, ladies–no we aren’t hiring for photo assistants. There’s a long waiting list of volunteers. Go figure. As always, much credit goes to my great [Continue Reading…]
[You can read the rest of this series here.] THE CONCEPT Before I could plan this photo, I had a bit of a mystery to solve: Who, exactly, was Pete? Most people assumed that this Rulin’ referred to Woody Guthrie’s longtime collaborator Pete Seeger. I figured that was the case, but as I learned more [Continue Reading…]