It’s always fun seeing giant copies of your photos as you drive down the road! These lovely ladies are running for county council in my area and I get to see my headshots of them proudly displayed. Big thanks to BigHouseSigns.com for providing me copies for my website. Corporate headshots for advertising and promotional materials.
Lily Trotters bad-ass and beautiful compression socks! What a fun project. I was asked to shoot a mix of images for their website and lookbook. I was able to book some of my favorite models and shoot at a great location. There is nothing better for me than being able to shoot commercial images with a fashion feel.
An alternative to a traditional head shot for professionals is the environmental portrait. If you are lucky enough to have an interesting work space you can incorporate the office into your photos. Location shoots are a little more complicated but ultimately it makes for an eye catching image to promote your business.
Fashion photography is clearly my favorite thing to do. At Harford Style Magazine, we decided to dedicate one issue each year to Brides and all things wedding related. Bridal and wedding images are so much fun since you can create very dreamy and romantic settings and it’s hard not to love a photo that features a gorgeous gown on a beautiful model. Fashion Photography.
Models: Alex Hayden represented by T.H.E. Artist Agency, and Amber Affeld. Makeup: Gina Bateman and Stacy Leigh Hair: Sarah Jackson (Bang! the salon) and Lisa Jones-Butz Flowers: Blush floral studio Bridal gowns and accessories: Amanda Ritchey Bridal and Beauty and K&B Bridal.
Corporate headshots have become significantly more important since social media has become an everyday part of the business world. People need/want to put a face with a name when networking. A high quality headshot is a good investment and I try to make it quick and painless for busy professionals. If there are 8 or more people in your office that need headshots, I can come to you
Harford Style Magazine Winter Cover Shoot with Heather Ziehl. Heather is a Harford County resident and Mrs. Maryland 2013. Read all about her in the January issue available at WaWa stores and ShopRite stores in Harford County Maryland. View a short video from our cover shoot below!
It’s that time of year!! I love doing photography for high school seniors. I work with a great makeup artist/stylist to put together a fun shoot that will produce high quality portraits. We do images in the studio, we also have a few cool locations right outside our studio doors as well! Harford County is filled with great spots for senior pics.
If your teen wants a less traditional look to his/her images we offer alternative shoots that are more like fashion photography that portraits. Pretty much anything you might want, we can do! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call for packages and/or if you have questions.
Autumn is my favorite time to do photography for modeling composite cards. Photography for actors and models is very different than portrait work and allows for a lot of creativity. I had a wonderful time working with model Ally from L&M modeling and talent. About 2 years ago I shot the images for her first modeling composite card and what a difference! Photography for actors and models.
We had an amazing amount of fun with this Marie Antoinette inspired shoot for HC Style Magazine. The dresses were provided by Amanda Ritchie Bridal and Beauty and also K&B Bridal both in Harford County. Hair by Lisa Jones-Butz of Subtle Rebellion salon + gallery and makeup by Gina Bateman. These were done a few months ago…but I needed to add them to my website. This fashion editorial was shot in Harford County Maryland. Fashion photography for HC Style Magazine.
What I miss most about shooting with film is getting in the darkroom and making my own black and white prints. Fashion photography can be dramatic in color or B/W but there is something about the look and the feel of true black and white imagery that is special. It has a drama to it. I worked for a short time (only because they only made it for a short time!) with a black and white polaroid slide film that you would process immediately with a small little crank machine and it would produce these amazing, grainy, B/W transparencies. I LOVED it. I still have my little machine and my film cameras hoping one day it might return. I plan to do some personal testing with B/W for some new fashion images…so I’m always looking for interested hair/makeup/models to join me!!
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