Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Jenny and Will

Will and Jenny are two cutie pies in love who share an affinity for art and LA so we shot at Union Station which is so very LA to me and then rode the Gold Line over to Little Toyko.  If you look hard enough Little Toyko has tons of cool graffiti art.  Murals and murals of them in fact.  The day was super hot and I had some technical problems with my flash but we had fun and that's what matters.  Here are some of my favorites.  Enjoy!

Thanks Jenny and Will for lending their pretty faces and for helping me discover old and new areas of LA.  

If you'd like to see more here is a slideshow from my Flickr account...

Friday, July 9, 2010

Moustached 33rd birthday, Disneyland & other random Holga photos

Been carrying around these two 120 film rolls around with me for a few months.  They went through an x-ray machine and I opened up the back of my Holga more than once by accident.  Some didn't make it at all, some are more damaged than others and some completely surprised me.  Oh, the joys of Holga!

Shopping at Unique LA
Shot by Trevor M.

Following moustached shots are from my 33rd birthday party at Griffith Park

Supercute Stephens family

A & C crack me up

Polka Your Eyes Out

Do you have any Grey Poupon?




They will kick your ass

Mr Robynne




Following are from a trip to Disneyland
Most of these came out pretty crappy
Posting them anyway

It's a small Holga after all

New Orleans musician
Really bummed that this one didn't come out

Poison Apple



Big pickle

The Hammered Dulcimer

Last Electrical Parade before it left for Florida

World of Holga

Thanks for checking out my foray in to film!  

PS Fellow film shooters!  Can anyone recommend a good scanner for negatives?  To develop and get a CD for one 120 roll it costs $16 a pop at my local lab.  Like, woah.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Gunther's Athletic Service

A couple of months ago, I got the opportunity to do a little something different.  Up until then I really only had experience in portraits. I jumped at the chance to work with the very talented Wired Studios to shoot for a company called Gunther's Athletic Service.

Gunther's hired Wired Studios to design their website. They wanted people to be able to experience their facilities with their vast array of services without having to leave the comfort of their own home. I had the best time seeing the behind the scenes and it felt great to work with people who are really enthusiastic about their company and believe in their products.

Here are some of my favorites that are not featured on the website.  You hear that blog readers?  You get a special preview.  I can feel the excitement.

This is on the website but I liked it enough to put it up here too

So, go on then. Click on this link to see the finished product ... Gunther's Athletic!

Special thanks go to Mike and Gabo.