I had such a wonderful time collaborating with Vera Pash Photo and Kat St. John MUA to create these beautiful images. We worked out of Urban Light Studios in Seattle, WA and I could not be happier with the results!
October, 2017 Model, concept, post: CFR Photographed by @chrisclarkphotos Circuitboard stock by brujo.deviantart.com
September, 2017 Model, concept, post: CFR Photo by @johncornicello Cable stock by tobis007.deviantart.com
Some of these are of modeling quality, but most are candid moments captured by photographer, patron, and long-time friend Per Edman during the 2016/2017 holday season.
In addition to being an excellent event/portrait/candid street photographer, Louis Maistros is also an impressive author. His book, The Sound of Building Coffins is some of the best fiction I’ve ever read. The writing is lyrical and sophisticated without being pretentious — in fact I … ContinueLouis Maistros: Lower Decatur Street, New Orleans
Coming from a standard of a landing strip and hairless everything else, even as I rebelled in other ways (like shaving my head skin bald) I have rarely left my body hair growth in a natural state. I’ve gone from trimming to shaving to brazillians … ContinueFedora el Morro: Let me get pretty for you
Photograph by Chris Clark. New ink courtesy of Mike from All Star Tattoo in Tacoma, WA.
Taken at Fort Casey
I’ve been. I’ve seen. I’ve had. I am. Enough. Model/Concept/MUA/Post: Courtnee Fallon Rex Photography: David Lydon Production Assistent: Omri Alon
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Thank you to Adam Harrison for shooting this image, and so much to everyone who attended SEAF and allowed me a window into themselves this weekend. Some of the connections through that mask were truly amazing.
Taken March of 2011 for Jim Wilkinsons “Naked Truth” project. Jim and his models discuss what makes the model tick, and then choose something personal and likely secretive to paint on their body to be photographed. At SEAF, Jim displayed 45 16×20″ canvas prints on … ContinueJim Wilkinson