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Category Archives: Environmental Portraits

Hawaii Beauty Photo Session

Had a wonderful beauty photoshoot on the Hawaiian island of Oahu at Lanikai Beach near Kailua.  Here’s one of my favorite photographs from the session:

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The Native American Indian | Mother Earth Pow Wow | Personal Project

Since my childhood, I’ve been fascinated by the Native American Indian people and culture.  Their spirituality speaks with all the elements of our earth, something which strongly resonates in my own beliefs and has inspired many adventures in nature.  I was fortunate to have been a guest of the Mother Earth’s People Inter-Tribal Pow Wow […]

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Sometimes You Just Gotta Kick’em Off | Los Angeles Photographer

This series was photographed at the original Muscle Beach in Santa Monica, California, just west of Los Angeles.  Photographed with my Contax 645 and Canon EOS 1V using New Kodak Professional Portra 400.

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The Picnic, Lifestyle Photoshoot, Temescal Gateway State Park, Los Angeles

This was a fun little photoshoot from Topanga Canyon’s Temescal Gateway Park.  The concept was simple; two people in love go on a picnic. 

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John Connors, Director of Nike. Photoshoot in Seattle, Washington

Continuing the Nike photoshoot, I went up to Seattle, WA to photograph Nike Director John Connors.  John is also the former Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Microsoft and current partner in Ignition Partners.  For this shoot I wanted John’s location in Seattle to play a big part in the portrait so I chose to […]

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