Monday, November 12, 2007
Monday, November 5, 2007
Back in March I went upstate to photograph a story for Field and Stream about a woman who won an essay contest they were having on being a female hunter. Now, I may have grown up in the country, but I've never been around guns. Ever. Let alone people firing them so close to my head. I must have looked nervous, so they gave me the big ear phone type things that block out the noise. There was also no snow when we left New York, so when we arrived at the shooting range we found that we were not only under dressed for the cold but not wearing the proper footwear for the snowy/muddy conditions. Thirteen hours later, we arrived back in New York, dirty, soaked and tired, but I got some great shots so I can't complain.
Sunday, November 4, 2007
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
Sunday, October 28, 2007
Back in August I photographed Grant Stoddard, author of Working Stiff, whose spent quite some time experimenting (sexually) with a great number of women. The article was for Australian Marie Claire, and it proved to be one of the strangest photo shoots I've been on. Why? Just look at the table. One pair of legs belongs to the Penthouse Pet of the Month (an ex-girlfriend of Grant's), the other a computer programmer, not to mention the contents on the table, some of which we were unable to really figure out entirely. Oh, and word on the street is nipple clamps only hurt coming off. Go figure.
Monday, September 24, 2007
Next I went to Auburn, which is west of Syracuse, NY, and photographed some of my grandmother's sisters.
I finally ended up back in Rochester, where I went to school, and photographed a friend of mine as well as visited with more family there.
Overall it was a very exhausting but fun long weekend, it was nice to breathe some clean air and see the leaves changing colors!