New Photoworks On Etsy

I’ve added a lot of new prints to the Etsy shop, as well as new one-of-a-kind instax and ceramic masks.  These particular images are all available as 8×12″ archival prints ranging from $25-$30.  The top three painted images were collaborations with artist Jamie Graden in Los Angeles…

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…and these two were painted by model and artist Luxbot Lacheln, who is in the first image…

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If you enjoy any of this work I encourage you to like and share it!  For more photoworks goodness peruse my Etsy shop, follow on tumblr and twitter and instagram, and rummage around on my full site.

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Shots From The Road: Skin Wars model Taj Mahal + artist Jamie Graden

Another collaboration with bodypainter/ artist Jamie Graden of LA, this time featuring Skin Wars model Taj Mahal.
Another collaboration with bodypainter/ artist Jamie Graden of LA, this time featuring Skin Wars model Taj Mahal.

LA artist Jamie Graden and myself have been slowly accumulating some really good collaborative efforts.  This one with “Skin Wars” model Taj Mahal was photographed in August, but it took a few months for our schedules to clear up enough for Jamie to do the additional illustration, send it to me, and for me to scan it and reassemble the piece using my current tiny scanner.

Halloween Shots – Glass Olive as Stag Beetle

Continuing the Halloween themed posts… from 2011, work with model Glass Olive, bodypainter/ artist Jamie Graden, and hair stylist Victoria Buge in LA.  My collaborators were so creative and on point, so much of what’s in the frame were their ideas, for instance, the model wanted to be a Stag Beetle…DSC_1710-Edit-2_HDR

If you enjoy any of this work I encourage you to like it and share it!  For more photoworks goodness peruse my Etsy shop, follow on tumblr and twitter and instagram, and rummage around on my full site.

Lauren as National Ethnographic

Lauren as National Ethnographic

In January I got to shoot with model Lauren Ashley and the styling was done by my good buddy Lacheln. We built upon a series I had started with Lacheln involving paper head dresses and body paint, and borrowed some influence from the early National Geographic photos that had a very “studio portrait” approach to ethnography.

Psychedelic Selfie

Psychedelic Selfie

One of my favorite models, Amanda, with paint and illustration by Jamie Graden. The Polaroid camera came about from looking around Amanda’s apartment for retro props, it wasn’t until the next morning I had the thought that psychedelic droplets should spill out. Jamie and I get to do stuff of this nature about once a year but it’s always awesome. All the words on Amanda’s body are “love” in other languages. Print available on Etsy.