A promotional photo I took for the band Opus Dai is now being seen worldwide! ...And by "worldwide," I mean Japan (heh heh). The following is a promotional poster for the band's Japan tour with my photo on the far right:A pre-poster-ized version of the picture:
Yesterday I shot some portraits guerrilla-style of Opus Dai, out near Pasadena. The guys are headed out on a tour of the Southwest today, and I wish them good health and good luck!
Today I shot some promo pictures for the ridiculously talented singer/songwriter Stacy Clark. I've done photography for her before, and she's TONS of fun, one of my favorite subjects! She has an EP out and is working on a new album and her sound is AWESOME I definitely recommend checking her out!
On Sunday I was fortunate to go one-on-one with the incredibly talented singer/songwriter Stacy Clark. Not only is she is as lovely as the songs she writes, she's really, REALLY fun. We had some adventures, to say the least.
Saturday I did a shoot for a band discovered by Matt via Myspace called Violet Scripkus (view the band's profile/listen to them here).I found an old abandoned elementary school a few years ago when scouting out film shoot locations for school, and we used it as a backdrop. I must say, it was spooky-spooky at times, since some of the the facilities we saw and used look as if they could date anywhere from 1940s to the 1990s. Perfect place for deformed psychotics and ghosts. Didn't see any, though.Chaise, Roberto, and Marvin are a bunch of really funny, goofy kids, and I had a great time. The sky was perfectly amazing for an outdoor shoot, too...a clear day with plentiful, defined clouds. These kids lucked out, to the max.