Archive for July, 2011
It’s been awhile since most of the galleries were updated. Today I removed a few photos from the People gallery and added a sizable selection taken during event coverage and formal portrait shoots over the last year or so. Included are some of the Lifestyle shots we did for Robson Ranch last year in Denton.
Also added is this shot of Maher Maso arriving victorious at his election watch party in 2008, and portraits of the Mayor of Addison, Todd Meier, taken at my studio in 2010.
It’s been some time since I updated the main galleries, so I wet through, removed some images I felt were not strong enough and added a large number of new images taken in the last few months.
As a result of our travels, coupled with two large-scale continuing Real Estate lifestyle shoots for both Newman Village and Tucker Hill, I have a growing collection of new images.
The photo below is an aerial view of Newman Village in Frisco, Texas, as part of an aerial view shoot we were dong for them.
We have lots of time left for shooting some killer senior portraits. If you have a local student who is due to graduate this in 2012, now is a good time to start working on their senior portrait.
What I do is not the typical portrait against a nondescript backdrop with perfect, even lighting. When you select me to produce your senior portrait, yours will stand out from all the rest. It will be dramatic. It will convey the theme you select, to convey your hopes, dreams or direction for your future. It will be timeless.
Call or email me to set up your first meeting.
It’s not every day you are fortunate enough to see – let alone photograph and 1960s vintage Chevy Airport Limo. Lucky me, one of my neighbors has just such a unique item – and it’s been in the family for 26 years.
Doorthy (no, that’s not a typo) is in mint condition, and has all eight side doors in working order. When these rolled off the assembly line in 1962, only the driver’s door and the last door on the street side were operational. The two in the middle were dummies. Well, this wasn’t quite good enough for my friend Joe, so he decided to make Real doors out of the dummies and below is the result.
So on a very hot July morning, Joe and I and my friend Jamie, met in front of the old grain elevators in Old Town Frisco and spent about 30 minutes capturing over 130 images. This is the most recent shoot for my upcoming coffee table book, The Girls and Cars of Texas. Look over the website for more killer combinations of amazing cars and fabulous girls.
When it’s 95 degrees at 11::00 am you don’t want to dawdle…
Click on the photo for a small gallery with the highlights of this shoot.