If it were up to Zuri we would have had half the high school at the shoot all doing doughnuts, bumping bass so the next county could hear. At this point in Zuri’s life he is passionate about two things, … Continued
Sometimes the shoots that I enjoy the most are the ones that force me to improvise. I love corrugated metal. We happened to be driving home from another shoot and I spotted this barn. My only light source were the … Continued
It’s not very often you get an opportunity to shoot a portrait at 10,000 feet in the middle of an aspen grove during a snow storm. We loaded up the gear (camera, dogs and an old wooden chair), put the … Continued
Carley just can’t get enough of the camera and we love those freckles!
Southwestern Colorado is full of very old abandoned buildings. Most make amazing locations for portraits. These photos were taken on a medium format camera which is really fun. It sorta makes you slow down and really compose your photos. Carley … Continued
Who can turn down a bright red door with a big pad lock on it. Kacie is one of those women who just knows how to look at the camera.
I’ve photographed this family before and it’s been fun to watch the children grow up. They have a beautiful ranch in Southwest Colorado with lots of open space and green grass. What more could I ask for? Oh yeah, horses! … Continued
Sam grew up in Southwest Colorado in the rural town of Ridgway. I sometimes feel like the “Climber” stereotype is one who has large muscles and a fearless attitude so naturally, when I met fresh out of high school Sam with his long, … Continued