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I have been working as a photographer both professional and academically for several years now. I have found, through my growth as a photographic artist that the genre of fashion photography is the best outlet for my creativity, more so than other genres that I may enjoy and/or work. With fashion photography I c… Read More
I have been working as a photographer both professional and academically for several years now. I have found, through my growth as a photographic artist that the genre of fashion photography is the best outlet for my creativity, more so than other genres that I may enjoy and/or work. With fashion photography I can pull from many sources of inspiration and other genres in creating themes and concepts for editorial purposes that resonate with my ideas and thoughts.

My style is the combination and balancing act of subjects that have opposing natural narratives. Those natural narratives are those first impressions, those first thoughts when you see something. My photographic language or philosophy in creating photographs is a kin to the concept of “Yin and Yang.” When opposing halves or parts are alone or by similar fragments those pieces don’t have much meaning or an influential impact. Its only when those opposing halves are put together that a boarder concept can be found. For most of my work I take this same approach when developing themes for on location fashion shoots; where the scene contradicts the styling in some manner that makes the overall image more visually appealing. The visual tension caused by contrasting elements allows the viewer to see a deeper concept beyond just selling clothes.
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    C I E G E P H O T O G R A P H Y — St. Louis, MO, USA
  • Photographer
    Agency Testing — USA
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    EGO Magazine — Edwardsville, IL, USA
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    Tayor Ector Studios — Los Angeles, CA, USA
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