I shot one of the main features for Texas Monthly this month. It is the October issue that just hit the stands. I was real excited about this shoot. First off because Leslie (the photo editor) has impeccable taste. She always has some of the best imagery in magazines these days that I've ever seen. So I was thrilled to work with her. I just feel like our styles match up so well, and I can shoot images the way that I like and it totally fits for them. Secondly because it took me to Fort Worth, Houston and Marfa, TX. I love road trips and this one didn't disappoint. So here is the final product. ( I didn't shoot the cover, its just for reference)
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
So I'm working with Lisa Brown, an amazing art consultant, on capturing spaces that incorporate fantastic art. You might recognize her name from the well known art gallery, Dunn and Brown Contemporary in Dallas. She recently split from the gallery and is doing her own art consulting, Lisa Brown Consulting. She has an amazing eye and taste and knows every detail of every artist. I loved walking through these beautiful spaces and hearing all about the pieces and the artists. It just makes each piece so much more meaningful. So here are a few of the shots we got for her brand new website, www.lisabrownconsulting.com . (beautiful website too) You can see more of what I shot on this site as well.
Monday, September 12, 2011
Here are a couple videos that I've seen recently that have been inspirational and encouraging to me. Especially the Ira Glass one. I listen to his "This American Life" on NPR every week. They are just amazing stories. If you can't catch them on the radio you can get them on the podcast. Hope these encourage you in your creativity.
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
If you are in the DFW Airport in the next couple months you will probably see the ads I shot for them. It was a lot of fun. I worked with Scott Eddy from the Moroch Agency, which is always great working with those guys. We also did this really cool flip flop, but didn't make the cut in the end.