Huge thanks to my amazing model Cassi for posing for some belly dancing shots in Mount Pleasant a few weeks ago! To see more from the shoot check out this Animoto slide show of the best image. Special thanks to Rhode Island based folk rock band Torn Shorts for the music.
This has been busy week with a lot of new updates!
To start, huge thanks to Ciara for modeling for some new images last week! We had a bunch of fun shooting at one of my favorite locations Dow Gardens and in downtown Clare for some edgy night scenes.
Secondly, Clare’s 515 Gallery will be featuring some of my work in there upcoming show titled “Junk It” on August 17th from 6pm-8pm. I’ve spend a few days this week photographing new work for this series.
I was very blessed to have the opportunity to work with Helping Hands Monkey Helpers for the Disabled a few weeks ago! Helping Hands is a non-profit organization based outside of Boston, Ma which trains capuchin monkeys to do various tasks for mobility impaired individuals. I got to spend time with some amazing people who’ve worked there for several years. They had me photograph three monkeys who performed various tasks like feeding, turning on and off light switches, turning book and magazine pages, fetching and throwing out objects, and opening refrigerator doors. If you know of someone who could benefit from having a Monkey Helper or if your interested in donating to Helping Hands please visit there website www.monkeyhelpers.org.
I had a great time shooting with my neighbor Debra Clifford few weekends ago! Since 2002 Debra has been part of the band, the Lonesome Sisters, which was voted as the best Acoustic Duo by Gibson Guitar in 2006. Debra plays guitar, mandolin, fretless clawhammer banjo, fiddle, tenor guitar and sings harmony and lead. If you like fiddle music you check out her bandThe Lonsesome Sisters.