Thought it would be great to share some behind the scenes from my shoot with Stonebridge in Phoenix, Arizona. He was playing at the Wet Electric Festival and had flown me in to take advantage of the location for a photoshoot.

Phoenix is known for having clear skies year round so we were not too happy to find out that we had scheduled to shoot on the only stormy, overcast day in years, maybe even decades.

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We decided to make the most out of it. We started in the hotel and we ended up getting great shots in the hallway.

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Eventually the skies cleared up and we shot around on the desert.

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After our shoot we went straight to the Wet Electric Music Festival, where Stonebridge closed the set.

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Topless at Fashion Night Out

September 9th, 2011

Last night during Fashion Night Out, I shot 5 gorgeous 7 ft tall models, wearing little else but Bootzwallas latest collection  and lots of body painted skin. Street artist Andy Golub gave our topless Amazones finishing touches on Hudson St and basically stopped traffic.  Then our sexy entourage started moving around the Meatpacking District, I had my assistant carry a big silver beauty dish and an Profoto strobe pack – courtesy of Fotocare rental., so we had our own mobile studio lighting with us. A definite high point was when the girls stopped at the Van Leeuwen ice cram truck (best ice cream  in the city and elsewhere!) to get their chilled fill and our last stop was Hogs and Heifers, needless to say to that went down. Camille Currie of PowerImagePR made it all come together drama free.  I will post more pics from out Bootzwalla invasion in the next days.
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Color and Mood

October 15th, 2010

Color Moods in Space

Color Moods

This image is the result of a recent collaboration between Soigné DeLuxe and myself. I wanted to create apice for the “Mindblowing Color Competition by Pantone in conjunction with Behance Network. I painted his face in different colors and patterns and then let him act out his moods. Soigne could see himself in the mirror so he was able to see and feel the color simultaneously. Then I combined the faces to a collage that evokes a trip through space and in between the everchanging moods of color.

Red-Yellow JokerPolka Dots gone wildBlue CalmSerene ChaosThe last one I quickly threw together and called it “The Fab Four”The Fab Four