February 23, 2021

Advertising.jpg

The other week I was talking to one of my copywriter friends, Jody Bufkin, who was getting into photography. It made me think about how so many people in advertising shoot, but there wasn't a great way to see what everyone was doing.

We had an idea, create an Instagram account that would seek out and highlight the best photography coming out of people in the industry. We're steadily growing the account and trying to feature at least one photo a day.

The image below was shot the other week, and I've already evolved the style a bit, but I like the image below because you can see how I originally envisioned the project.

February 21, 2021

Los Angeles Magazine IG

Got a surprise this morning when I saw that Los Angeles Magazine (@LAmag) reposted one of my photos on their feed. I'll save my thoughts on for profit publications reposting content on their platforms without payment for another day.

January 3, 2021

Manhattan Beach

Took my drone out to Manhattan Beach today. The nice thing about this time of the year is that the golden hour lasts like 4 hours. You can see more of my photos from today by clicking here.

December 24, 2020

New Drone

My fiance got me a drone for my birthday last week. Today I took it up to Chatsworth with us to play around with it. You can see more photos here.

December 18, 2020

Santa Monica Photography

I went over to Santa Monica just before sunset tonight to shoot some photos. As a challenge I only let myself use my 85mm lens. You can see my photos by clicking here.

December 10, 2020

Venice in Film

Back in October I pulled out my medium format film camera and took some photos in Venice. I finally got them processed and scanned. You can see them over on my photoblog.

As a side note, I realized I don't normally post any of my photography on here. I'll start linking over to all that whenever I update because I realized I never usually post that stuff in here.

August 3, 2019

A Mom and her Cub

Had some extra time today so I played around more with adding illustration into real scenes. I pulled this old portrait I shot a few years ago of one of my friends and her son to use as the bass.

 

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