Monthly Archives: May 2012

In this post I discussed 6 reasons why my workshops are different – I described myself as not being one of those “rockstar photographers” and stated that I don’t believe in skipping the hard part, ie: the time, energy, and work it takes to become good at something or to become “successful” (whatever that word means […]

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I’m so proud to have my work in ASTRA’s 2nd album, The Black Chord. Below are photos of the “Die Hard” edition vinyl (sold out!) which includes a huge poster and a crazy-cool medallion. The beautiful design was done by artist Arik Roper, who also designed their first album The Weirding. The photos I took that […]

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I love shooting for Rue Magazine (remember this shoot at the Elvis Honeymoon home?) – and I also have another shoot for them coming up in their next issue that we did for my Bay Area workshop in April. But this time I was paired up with the wonderful husband & wife event planning and […]

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This post on the Bust Magazine blog of Life Magazine’s 1944 sartorialist-esque spread ““Beautiful Girls in New York” (shot by Alfred Aisenstaedt), reminded me of my maternal grandmother Olga – fashion designer, Milliner, and fabulous fashionista! This photograph below, taken somewhere in Russia/Romania, is my favorite of her & my stylish grandfather- the handsome Ramish […]

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6 reasons why my workshops are different – my post on East Side Bride. Alt Photography Workshop + POOL PARTY Technical photography workshops are awesome, necessary, and extremely productive – but this is not one of them. Here are six reasons why my workshops are different: 1) I’M NOT A ROCKSTAR I am not a “rockstar photographer.” […]

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