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Category Archives: People

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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Inked Magazine | Albuquerque Photographer | Santa Fe Photographer | Taos Photographer

Here’s the PDF’s of a recent shoot I did for Inked Magazine in Albuquerque, New Mexico of Route 66 Fine Line Tattoo.  Please note I photographed the group portrait and interior images.

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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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Meg Grant | AARP Magazine West Coast Editor | Los Angeles Photographer

A recent photoshoot in Los Angeles with the very lovely Meg Grant, West Coast Editor of AARP Magazine.  I love the ease she radiates in this capture.

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Art Streiber | Pier 59 Studios Santa Monica | Los Angeles Photographer

I recently had the opportunity to see mega-photographer Art Streiber speak about his career at an APA-LA event at Pier 59 Studios in Santa Monica, California. Afterwards, in my enlightened bliss, I became a bit of a conciliated opportunist because 1) As always, I had a camera with me, 2) We were in a top […]

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