Leah and I decided to get a bit more creative with this shoot so after scrounging around my kitchen looking for something to photograph with, next thing we know we're pouring a gallon of 2% in the bath tub.
I worked with fashion student Neo Saito and model Madeline Sipp to create a metro-feeling shoot in Lincoln, Nebraska.
We decided to head out for the day armed only with some acryllic paint, a few garbage bags, and some old clothes.
Last minute adventures are the best. Leah and I took the afternoon to roadtrip to one of our favorite spots and trekked alongside roads, traversed hills of ash, and ruined a pair of shoes for this, but we both agree it was worth it.
Don't worry. It's faux.
Elise and Olivia have been best friends for the longest time and they decided they wanted to throw their graduation parties together! What better way to celebrate than do a cute photo session to send off on the invitations?
What can be better than a day of running around taking seniors with a gorgeous client and then getting Noodles & Co with them after?
What better way to spend a rainy spring afternoon than romping around abandoned train tracks and taking angsty pictures? This group was a joy to work with. Especially Brenna, who managed to traipse down mudddy hills in her heels without falling once.
Shane and I met up one gorgeous spring morning, grabbed a coffee, then headed out to Branched Oak for a day of exploring.
First Friday is my favorite day of the month here in Lincoln. It's a day for celebrating culture, community, and local artists. I always try to take in as many places and experiences as I can. Here's some of my favorite moments.
Scott wanted some seniors taken, but none of those cliche ones of him smiling in a grass field at sunset. So we drove around Lincoln looking for places that embodied Scott's bright personality.
In addition to photography, I also do a wide array of film projects, from ads to weddings. Here's some of my latest video work.