A recent head shot session with my hairdresser Kimberly Monfet. We've had some prior shoots together over the years and each time we get together it's a fun experience for both of us! Of course, once again, this session was right down that alley.
Kim's sense of fun and love of life come out in her photos. She'll comment she's slightly nervous but it never shows. She listens and follows subtle direction from me and by half way through our time together she is in her groove!
We mix up a little fun, casually styled photos. Some black and while and others with that
pop of color! Or should I say colors....
Some images bringing out a more serious, genuine glimpse into this lovely lady.
At the end of the day, though, Kim's love of life and sense of style shine through swimmingly.
Lots of laughs and a pleasure to work with...
many thanks to you my friend for entrusting me
as your photographer.
I recently had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with Nick Grewal. As we walked through his two story barn I listened as he told the individual stories behind each car. Giving me a glimpse into their history down the road as well as their previous owners and drivers.
These cars don't sit idle in Grewal's barn. They remain "road ready"
While I don't consider myself a "car person" I was swept up in their beauty and stamina held throughout the years.
I made time this afternoon to go out and look for some photographs that would speak to the "pop" of spring. Everything around us is turning green, growing and leading us towards the start of summer. This is one of my favorite rituals of the changing seasons - and to me the most striking.
A spectacular day! The air was warm, the breeze soft.
Tones of green in every shade and hue. The earth is sprouting.
When I made this photo I saw within the frame the female figure in the background. I loved the leaves and the play of light on them - but I found that I was noticing more the figure behind.
So after a quick search on Google I came up with this....
Persephone the Greek Goddess of Spring. Daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Abducted by Hades, became his wife and was the queen of the underworld. It was decided that Persephone spend four months in the underworld and eight months on earth.