Old, quite, and calm, the house in this series echoed the subject’s quiet desire to be explored in front of the camera.
Almost a lifetime ago, I met this boy who was so full of life and energy that to be near him was intoxicating.
Wet. Reserved. Vulnerable. The dust and artifacts remaining in these photos reflect the noise and imperfection that isn’t easily washed away.
Everyone has baggage. Occasionally a model will feel comfortable being photographed because they subconsciously hope that the photographer will capture a glimmer of what they have been so desperately trying to hide.
Falling for a younger, experimenting gentleman has its perks. And predicaments.
When a photographer inserts himself into a photo or two, does that translate into a greater sense of intimacy for the view?
As summer was winding down and the days were growing shorter, an adorable gentleman invited me into his apartment to photograph the landscape of his beautiful, muscular body.
What does an ex-boyfriend with occasional benefits have in common with leftover tubes of acrylic paint and a twelve pack of lukewarm Bud Light? These pictures.