off work and we went to the beach. It has become some type of tradition in our family that we end up at the beach on birthdays. We needed that clarity today. You know the kind where you are okay with drinking cold coffee out of a paper cup and don’t care how cold your feet get walking in the wet sand.View full post »
a momentous few months for me. Both personally and professionally.
There are times when during a shoot I find myself so connected to what I am photographing – its clear why I love what I do. I love the process. I love the part when I see something through the lens, a look, a touch, rain falling – and I hear the mechanic sound of the click. That click makes me happy.
PhotographingView full post »
is meant to be photographed. She moves and finds the right light instinctually. She creates possibilities and as a photographer this is the best thing you can ask for.
We took these shots for her new record. You can find her here: http://www.alexandrascott.com. Listen to her music here: http://alexandrascott.bandcamp.com/
Make up by Erin Alexander / Stylist: Artemis AntippasView full post »
is so beautiful to me. In New Orleans it takes on a special meaning for so many reasons. For me it brings with it a light and clarity and photographing this is pretty special to me.
The day I met Melinda and Eric the rain started in the early hours of the morning and it did not look like it was going to let up. I bundled myself up, put on my rain boots and drove down to the little place they wereView full post »
are just meant to be. It felt that way the moment I met Rebecca and Steven at a coffee shop in Uptown. First of all Rebecca’s smile is contagious. She exudes happiness. But below that and below the story she told me of how they met, I recognized what I saw in her. She found someone to spend the rest of her life with. Its that simple. (You know the song by Nina Simone, Feeling Good?View full post »
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