Posts tagged fashion photographer
Challenging Minority Erasure in "Romance of the West" for Obvious Magazine
Ain't No Banker for Switch Magazine
Slipscape for Solstice Magazine
Whimsical Dreams for Trend Prive Magazine
The End of the World for Solstice Magazine
Printland for Creem Magazine

Last fall I decided to make editorials more of a focus.  I joined a membership studio and spent more time conceptualizing stories and pitching them to magazines.  After a few weeks of pulling briefs together and searching for potential editorial homes, I had agreements with several magazines to produce original fashion content for them.  The first of these stories, Printland, was just published today on CREEMmag.com.

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The Sporting Life for iMute Magazine

Last week I shared the story behind the scenes from my recent fashion editorial for iMute Magazine, The Sporting Life.  Here is the full published story along with a few outtakes that I thought were too good not to share.  I hope you enjoy.

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Kelsey for The Angle Magazine

There are lots of projects that are one and done.  You shoot, you edit, you retouch, you deliver, you're done.  Then there are projects that seem to grow as they are shared.  They capture people's imagination and open doors as they move and develop whole lives unto themselves.  This was one such project.  I sent one of the images to The Angle Agency, and while it didn't guarantee me a spot on their roster, it started a conversation and an invitation to be featured on their in-house magazine.  So here is the full story as it ran on their site.  I hope you enjoy.  

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Sidewalk for Hope Street Magazine

Since the idea behind the shoot was to explore the 70's inspired designs, toning the images as though I was using vintage film was a part of my mind from the beginning: enter VSCO film packs.  I have long been a huge fan of VSCO Cam. I was first introduced to the app a couple years ago and have never looked back. It had all the tones, life, and intricacies of film without the kitchie foolishness of other apps that only distracts from the images. And so, like I said, I was hooked.  The more I used it, the more I loved it, and it swiftly became an integral part of my social media workflow.  When I started to hear about the film packs for desktop I was intregued, but at that point I couldn't see how to include it in my work.  As a fashion photographer, much of the work I was doing at the time was highly technical and was not the right venue for the film packs.  But here seemed to be the perfect opportunity to see what these products could do and if they could be as strong an asset to my workflow as the mobile app has with social.  In working wth the presets the most challenging part of the editing of this shoot turned out to be choosing which presets to use and how to manipulate them to bring out just the right mood (the selection is pretty impressive).   

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