My friend Jess is finishing up her degree this year and then heading out west to Vancouver to become a makeup artist. Pretty awesome stuff. These are examples of her work. Thanks to our volunteer models! For more images from the session you can check out the set on Flickr.
Hey guys! If you’re looking to get yourself a little end-of-semester present, or if you’re doing some spring cleaning and are looking for some new fresh prints for your walls, please consider checking out the photos I’m selling on Society6! You can also get cool things like throw pillows and iPhone cases; it’s pretty amazing. I also just added a whole bunch of new stuff, and lowered the prices; the smallest prints are now only $16 instead of $20. If you could check it out, or maybe pass it on if you think your friends or family would enjoy any of them, I’d really appreciate it; everyone have an awesome end of semester; we’re almost there!
Lily pond in Tokyo’s Imperial East Garden (皇居東御苑 - kōkyo higashi gyoen). I also just uploaded this and a bunch of others as prints, here! It’s so crazy how time flies, I was just texting a friend whose birthday it is that I remembered it was this time last year that I was just getting ready to go on my big adventure to Japan. What an amazing time.
Tiny living room studio! With cat.
Another photo from Anna’s. Two summers ago.
I miss you Taters!
Professor Jo Jo Rideout again as ‘Squirt’. This time in full clown ballerina regalia.
This is Professor Jo Jo Rideout as her clown personality ‘Squirt’, a wannabe ballerina and tap dancer. Quite grumpy at this point as she had just taken off her hat. Jo Jo is awesome to work with; she always brings so much great energy with her.
This is Anna, from a series I did of people in their bedrooms back in the summer of 2011. I totally forgot that I had done these, and then just rediscovered them, and then realized that I never shared them. Even though I think my technique may have improved since then, I still really love this image. There’s always something good hidden in your catalogues.
A collage of the students’ eyes in the Dig. Imaging class that I T.A. for.
“Koi Closeups” Blind-eyed blue fish.