Posts tagged self portrait

One more from the “Mise en Scéne” series.

Two rare photos from my series “Mise en Scéne

Just SOME of the Twinsies I did for Volume II. Yes, I am still working on this book. I’ve fallen behind, but I hereby declare Saturdays to be Twinsies Saturday where I release a new twinsie until I am done with the book. I have 20+ more to go.

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This airlines royally messed up my travel plans. Oh well. Selfie while waiting in this tiny commuter terminal. I used my flight departure paperwork to bounce light back onto my face.

This airlines royally messed up my travel plans. Oh well. Selfie while waiting in this tiny commuter terminal. I used my flight departure paperwork to bounce light back onto my face.

This is me at my most creative.

It’s the beginning of a new year and to help jumpstart my creativity, I’ll be participating in a 30 day photography challenge. The premise is simple: everyday for the next 30 days, I will shoot a photo adhering to the topic/theme indicated. Today’s theme was: Self-portrait so here I am.

It’s the beginning of a new year and to help jumpstart my creativity, I’ll be participating in a 30 day photography challenge. The premise is simple: everyday for the next 30 days, I will shoot a photo adhering to the topic/theme indicated. Today’s theme was: Self-portrait so here I am.

"The Big Burn" series.

Previously posted as individual images, now here it is as the complete set.

I did a Tim Burton inspired self portrait series a couple months ago. I stopped doing it because it required way too much custom props because all the little details are big factors in his style. I’m quite proud of these and maybe one day I will continue this series, when time allows.

This dress is so Lana Del Rey :p

This dress is so Lana Del Rey :p

One of the first self portrait series I did was the PIXAR project. It was a tribute to the genius of PIXAR and was inspired by characters in their films. As per my style, all of the costumes and props (and even the sets) were made using paper and other unconventional materials.

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