Since I’ve stared my job at Yellow Shoes, I’ve been able to shoot some fun well knowns. I love watching how excited everyone reacts to meeting the childhood favorites that we all grew up with. I still get a little star struck every time I look off in the distance and I see Mickey Mouse in that classic tux walking toward me to get his photo taken.
Above are some shots I’ve taken of some of my favorite creative characters in all the land!
Oreo and I worked together on a super fun project as part of their welcoming to Tumblr! They gave me creative freedom to invent a new way to eat Oreos, and I was elated to make smores indoors.
Whether you have agoraphobia or are trying to cope with a rained out camping trip, indoor camping can be a super fun activity!
Gather all of your house plants
chop up your empty paper towel rolls (a.k.a. bundle of wood)
drag your christmas lights out of storage
pitch your tent and grab some Oreos to make your own fun cookie camping creations!
Over the past couple of months, I’ve been traveling around and meeting up with some incredible artists as part of my job shooting for Juxtapoz magazine! Alex Pardee curated the current issue of Juxtapoz, and based it all around imagination. That made my job of shooting the portraits for this issue super exciting! We wanted these imaginative artists to be shown in a way that shows both them and the worlds that they create, in a unique way.
The creativity, started as soon as you flipped the page to a table of contents!
I had the joy of shooting Tara McPherson, The Lonely Island, Scott C, Matt Ritchie, Tim Shaffer, Wolvesmouth, and Alex Pardee! I was so excited to be able to see the photos I take in something that I could actually hold in my hands.
Heres a couple of pages of my photos, that are in the issue of Juxtapoz magazine, that is out right now!!!
I struggle with the square format that Instagram wants their users to stick to. Basically, its what liquid eyeliner does for women and what salt does for foods. It crops many incredible photos into something that looks pretty ok, and it makes really crappy ones look pretty ok too.
What I do like about the formant is being able to use it to showcase something against a solid background. Its fun to have something to take a photo of, and look around my rather bland surroundings, in order to find any colorful thing to set it against.
Heres a couple of my favorite colorful photos that I’ve posted on Instagram, recently.
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