Here’s a chilly session in January with Monica Martinez! As freezing as it was, the goal was to get these done as quick as possible. In these situations, it’s always a blessing when every shot turns out amazing. She rocked it!
It’s always exciting when it finally starts to warm up and photographers creep out of their caves and get back into shooting. Took a trip up to Ribbon Trail (a personal favorite and a great spot for portraits!) with Logan for his Senior session. Great stuff!
As a musician I know very well the insane amount of energy, time, and work that goes into a live show. I had the pleasure of capturing the REDLANDS show at Mesa Theater in Grand Junction. My goal was to show as much buzz from the night as possible, as the local music scene is a little slow. All the bands totally killed it. So much good music!
Went to a weird, chilly but magical trail with Rachel, an aspiring model I went to high school with. She rocked it! Really excited on the new techniques I’m discovering in photographing this time of day.
Windy desert shoot with a new artist caled MODE. He produces soundtracks for commercials, short films, and TV shows. He’s got some super cool tracks, and through photo effects I really wanted to express them. Rolling into this desert, it was a pleasant, calm afternoon…. Then the storm came. We were not only in a rush to get the shoot done and get out of the potential rain, but all this gear we brought out was constantly getting blown over by huge desert winds… So we let it happen. That’s right, folks, we knocked over thousands of dollars worth of Danny’s studio equipment into the dirt and snapped some big shots. Did a ton of epic post color and editing to build some value, and, done! Check out some demos from MODE on SoundCloud. (Opens in new window)