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Six Soldiers: Night Product Shoot

22 Oct 2012 / 0 Comments / in photography, work

First time shooting with the 6. Didn’t expect to shoot in the dark but I had my flash with me and made due. Looking forward to more shoots with the Boise based brand. CHEYA!


Photos for BSU’s Arbiter News.

15 Oct 2012 / 0 Comments / in photography, work

I contributed to Boise State University’s news outlet The Arbiter. I shot the Idaho Innovation Awards and a soccer game; BSU vs. SDSU. Thanks to Cody Finney for giving me the opportunity. Here are a few of my favorites. Click a photo for more.




Senior Photos: Eli

10 Sep 2012 / 0 Comments / in photography, work


Portfolio Shots: Ali

10 Sep 2012 / 0 Comments / in photography, work

Ali is off to London to become a professional modern dancer.
I wish her the best.

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Skida Catalog

26 Aug 2012 / 0 Comments / in BLOG, design, photography, work

Skida founder & owner Corinne Prevot commissioned me to photograph and design this seasons catalog.
Photographer / Cinematographer Mark Oliver joined in on the photography and I am happy he did. One may think having two photographers on one shoot would be mayhem but it was actually the opposite. We split the five models between us and were constantly photographing.
We went for a clean and hip design for the catalog.
The process of the entire project was a fun challenge and I am excited to present the e-catalog.

Blue Angles

29 Jul 2012 / 0 Comments / in photography

My best friend Cody and I viewed the Blue Angles in Twin Falls, Idaho. Naturally we brought our cameras.

Flash Black Product Images

24 Jul 2012 / 0 Comments / in photography, work

www.blackintolife.com


Fullmer Bros

23 Jul 2012 / 0 Comments / in photography, work

These were taken as a gift for the brothers mom’s upcoming birthday.

SFP Studio Jewelry

17 Jul 2012 / 1 Comment / in photography, work

I was asked to shoot Jewelry for SFP Studio out of Ketchum ID. I had never photographed jewelry before and thought it would be a great time to try out macro photography. I borrowed a 180mm from mentor and started shooting. I quickly found a new respect for macro photographers and realized that the depth of field was much much tighter than I anticipated. Becoming a little frustrated outside of my comfort zone going back to a 50mm seemed much easier. But my mentor urged me push on and I ended up enjoying the process. Big thanks to Nina Fox for the lens, assistance, and creative direction and SFP Studio for giving me the opportunity.

Assault Rifles

10 Jul 2012 / 0 Comments / in photography, work

Catalogue / Advertisement studio photos for a high end arms dealer.

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