With a new hashtag and new look for the website, for Newport Beach based advertising group BMG came into the studio to create some new a fresh headshots. I love creating GIFS for my clients, they are so fun and great for social media. When reading Kelsie’s featured bio on the new website- it stated she drinks 1 gallon of water a day- so I asked her to bring the water jug as a prop for the shoot. I […]
Thank you Nicole! You did an AMAZING job making us look so comfortable and happy! –Trang and Mustafa I have been shooting weddings at [seven-degrees] for some time now- and I LOVE this venue. Excited to share this real wedding of Trang and Mustafa. Second Photographer Kip Roof
A photo safari out to Bombay Beach, Salton sea. Artists gather for the Bombay Beach Biennale, and leave behind permanent art installations, a Drive In Movie Theater, Opera House, and Pirate Ship. If you get thirsty, You can visit the Ski Inn, It’s World Famous, The lowest Bar in the Western Hemisphere. More info on Bombay Beach Biennale Click here for a personalized Bombay Beach postcard from me.
Categories: personal projects
More and More clients are coming to the studio for portraits. It’s nice to see the appreciation of classic portraits resurfacing.
We can control lighting, temperature, and the best part- no other people around to distract or get in your photos.
The studio environment is far from “stuffy” it is relaxed, fun, and air conditioned.
A dressy affair, clean simple black and white backdrops in the studio, focusing just on the couple. Complete with glamour wind, jumps,laughter, and of course, some harsh flash ( my fave). Out of the engagement photo nature , and into some artificial light and air conditioning.
“Kenny and I have been going through all of the pictures and they are so amazing! They are just all so so good! I knew I would love them, Thank you for capturing all of our wonderful memories and for catching the stuff we missed. You are THE BEST!! “- Alyssa
Located in the historic Mission Inn district of downtown Riverside, the 1929 Riverside Art Museum building was designed by Hearst Castle architect Julia Morgan.