Sorry all for the delay my summer has been go go go and now I will be posting some blog posts that I have backed up. This one was shot in a cute little apartment on Skaneateles Lake. With white sheets and a brick wall for a elegant look. This summer has been super hot so it was nice to be inside and out of the heat for a little bit. When making this set I thought the fishnets went well with the white bedding to create some contrast. Stay tuned for more sets coming soon! Check out the photos below.
I used to work with Gianna quite a bit. However over time are schedules conflicted while she was away at school. The other night we were finally able to set up a time to shoot together. We went to two different locations, while both sets came out amazing I truly love the ones outside this old school diner. I have never done a location like this before. The sign for the diner let out a lot of light creating many different old fashioned tones. The outside of the building is modeled after a diner from the 60’s, something we don’t see much anymore. The whole feel of the diner really added a lot to these photos. I plan to find more times to work with Gianna in the future! For now check out this boss set below!
For this shoot we were on location out in Oswego NY, a place where I would like to adventure more in the future.Hopefully I can get out there a bit more for upcoming shoots!
We had the opportunity to shoot in a beautiful loft apartment with giant windows and exposed bricks. My friend was moving out of her apartment and offered to let us use the space! Enjoy the photos below.
Happy Monday, hope you all had a good weekend! Katelyn hit me up yesterday and we just decided to get a quick shoot in since I would be out her way in Syracuse. With the light setting quickly we had to be efficient with shooting. When walking back to the car we saw the golden sky through the trees and decided to grab a couple more shots. Hope you enjoy the set, stay tuned for more!
You wanted to see it, so here it is! Courtney wanted to shoot awhile back. With being so busy and also it also being super cold this past winter we never made it happen! Courtney had never done anything like this before, she was nervous going into it but then realized how fun it was to get out there and create something unique. With the sun setting and finally having a day without clouds the light couldn’t have been any better. Hope to work together again in the near future! Check out the photos below.
In the past I have had the honor to take photos of some great artists including 50 Cent, Skrillex, and Rae Sremmurd. The other day I got to add 21 Savage and Post Malone to my ever growing list. The concert was absolutely amazing and I was able to get some breathtaking shots. Even though the concert lightening is all over the place its just that element that makes each shot its own.
I am so happy to have been able to get the shots that I got with some great editing. I am incredibly thankful for the experiences that I have been fortunate to have. My summer is full of shoots and concert photography and I can’t wait to see what else I am able to accomplish.
On a last minute trip to Buffalo I reached out to Bella to do a quick shoot. Since we were pressed for time we shot one set at her house. The natural light all throughout the house was amazing but was most dynamic in the dining room. I definitely would love to shoot more in the buffalo area, it was a great change of scenery. Hopefully you will see some more work with Bella and I in the future.
Hope everyones week is off to a great start. This shoot was done in a house that my friend is renovating. One corner of the house is all windows, making it amazing to shoot in. The right light can bring beauty to any environment. Sam killed it, hopefully we will be working together in the future! Enjoy the photos below!
Happy Friday! Another week is completed. I think at this point we are all thinking the same thing. When will spring arrive here in Syracuse? With the usual cold, snowy and rainy conditions Sam and I thought it would be best to do this shoot at her place. We went for a chill/homey feel for this set. Samantha’s house was just about perfect for an indoor shoot. The house contained glass doors, big mirrors and unique decor and furniture. While it was still a bit of a chilly day, we were very fortunate for the sun shining through the large windows to give us the perfect lighting. Some of the Images I felt worked best in black and white and some in color. Hopefully we will be collaborating in the future until then stay tuned for the next set!
With the holidays last week, Anna had time to come back to Syracuse and we of course had to shoot! Anna and I have shot many times over the past couple years. She always comes super prepared and confident. She worked hard to achieve her physique so she always brings her A game. Anna arrived to town at night, most people believe that you can’t shoot at night with it being dark. However the world is full of streetlights, don’t let them fool you, they make a pretty awesome light source. Check out the photos below!
Syracuse doesn’t always have the best weather for outdoor shoots. However, we received one decent day of weather this spring and we use it to create some stunning photos. in this shoot I decided to go with a more neutral background and really bring out the models body art instead of the more busy settings. I wanted to feel as if everything was completely natural. It wasn’t the best day out but I have learned to appreciate whatever whether I’m given to create my images.
Today, Maria and I decided to shoot two separate sets, one indoors and one outdoors. This indoor setting consisted of large windows and dated furniture. The mixture between the fluorescent lit couch and the natural light made for some amazing lighting conditions to shoot in. Maria decided to leave her hair natural for this shoot. Her crazy curly hair gave an unique look to these images. Stay tuned for the outdoors set!
I hope everyones week has been good! It’s been a wonderful week with unusual warm weather, so naturally Hannah and I decided to go shoot outside. With temperatures almost in the 70’s it was the perfect day to get out and shoot. The location is amazing but it still required me to use my creative side. There are no props to use, other then what is in nature, so you have to get creative with your poses and angles. The uniqueness of the caves, graffiti and views really brought this location to life. This is Hannah’s second shoot, she was prepared for anything and gave me all her trust. Sometimes you just have to live life on the edge!