Showing posts with label Chris Sullivan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Chris Sullivan. Show all posts

Monday, December 23, 2013

Chris Pool - Revisited

I am sure I must have posted this or a similar image of Chris from a photo shoot long ago, but as I have been scanning negatives recently I have also been reworking the images. I am particularly please with the result in this case. It greatly improves on the original.

Monday, May 28, 2012


On this Memorial Day images of pools are especially appropriate.

Saturday, January 07, 2012

Tarzan - Revisited

Chris, photographed in a grove of trees at the same shoot location, same day as the previously posted image.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Shady Character

From the same shoot as the earlier images of Derek Russo under the fountain, this image of Chris in the nearby hot tub is one of my favorites from the days work.

Sunday, May 04, 2008


This week an image from my older work of a model named Chris. The photo shoot was done at a friend's house with a spectacular spa and pool. This image was shot with color slide film and scanned.

Sunday, April 15, 2007


That will teach me for talking about a shoot before it happens. You see for the second time in the last few months I mentioned an upcoming shoot in this blog and named the model I would be working with the week before the shoot.
The first time it was Derek Russo, and the shoot fell through during the ensuing week due to coordination issues with another photographer with whom I was sharing expenses. This time it was Matthew Kojo, and sure enough the night before the shoot there was a message on my answering machine from the casting agent.

So rather than featuring new work, this week's blog dips into the archives and pulls two works from several years ago.

The first features a model named Chris. The second a model named Alain. The thing these two photographs have in common is that they were both photographed at a friend's house off Mulholland drive.

The shoots are separated by several years.

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