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Bēhance

  • Photos I've Taken
  • In this fashion shot I wanted to create a strong highlight to draw attention to the model’s unique hair style. Her downturned expression shows off her gold eyelids, and red lips.
  • This model in this photo is a professional breakdancer. The lighting I crafted for this shoot creates the effect of a spotlight on the dance floor, singling out the lone dancer.
  • This portrait creates a soft feminine look with an oatmeal color.
  • This portrait was taken in a studio using a “piggyback” lighting method. I captured a moment that shows the model’s personality. In its final form the image became black and white because color took away from the quality of the light, and the composition.
  • In these headshots I captured two different personalities then applied a black and silver post production effect to them. I wanted to give the shots a classy sharp slightly cold feeling.
  • Sarah, the model in this photo, was just starting a job as a fine art model. We took many full body shots but struggled to get a headshot we were satisfied with.
  • This skilled dancer appears weightless in the 1/125th of a second I captured. This photo was part of a set taken of the members of the New Moves Dancers, who use the photos for promotional purposes.
  • A fashion portrait with glowing red hair, captured at a casual angle.
  • Two different paths into the distance. Contrasting nature with man-made. Both taken in Lucerne Valley.
  • A product shot of a handle of Jim Bean Whiskey.
  • Two figures walk towards a field. In the background an amazing view across the bay.