I photographed protesters at the Women’s March in Downtown Los Angeles yesterday, and it was glorious. Peaceful, joyous, celebratory, energized, inspired.
Here’s a portrait of Los Angeles band Mind Meld that I shot last month with a Nimslo 35mm film camera. You can catch them live at Echo Park Rising next month.
Director’s Cut—a film directed by Adam Rifkin and written by Penn Jillette, and starring Missi Pyle, Jillette, Harry Hamlin, and Hayes MacArthur—premiers at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah this Friday, January 22nd. There will also be a special premiere screening in Los Angeles on February 2nd, at Arclight Cinemas.
I was booked for six days on the movie to shoot unit stills; here’s a selection of images I shot on set.
January 14th, 2016. Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles.
Bug’s-eye view, 360° self-portrait with agave plant self-portrait. More panoramas of mine at PanoramicEye.com.
On Sunday, December 13th, I’ll be conducting a studio portrait photography workshop in downtown Los Angeles. Nora (pictured above) will be gracing us with her presence as a model (more Nora portraits here). RSVP here, and stay tuned here for other upcoming workshops (click “join us” to be updated when new workshops are scheduled).
Also, I’m available for one-to-one tutoring; more info, as well as free tutorials, at PicCoach.com.
Melisa Young, AKA Kid Sister, in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, September 9th, 2015.
Alexa Brinkschulte and Dragon, at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Burbank, California. August 23rd, 2015.