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New Years New Cheers

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It’s been over a full year since I’ve last blogged, so I’m bringing in the new year with a new website and a new kitten. Rather than trying to make up for all the posts that I didn’t write over the past year (such as getting married … or getting said kitten) I decided to […]

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Lon-burgh-lin

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I’m so used to something going horribly wrong when I travel (ie: missing my international flight from Hong Kong to NYC or visiting a friend for snowboarding in Colorado who had just come down with the flu) that I often find myself waiting for and dreading those moments. However with so many possibilities for my […]

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Photoshop PROJECTS: Volume 5

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I was recently interviewed for the fifth installment of Photoshop Projects magazine, which (as you probably already guessed) gives comprehensive tutorials to Photoshop novices and experts alike. Because of its European decent, the distribution is limited and thus why I am sharing here. While I’m definitely an advocate of Photoshop (when used right), it can often incite the […]

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Details Magazine: Shia LaBeouf

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So he may not be the same ‘Even Stevens’ character that we all used to love, but he does seem to be appearing in a lot of high-profile movies these day. Actually, I’m gonna leave my film criticism out of this and go straight to the photography, since no one cares that the Transformers series, […]

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Elle UK: Coco Roscha

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Although it is a little old now (in the fashion world that is), the Elle UK’s August issue was my first big cover story I retouched as a freelancer. It’s quite exciting to see your stuff out on the newsstands. The fun and spunky Coco Roscha, shot by Mattias Virens-McGrath made for a interesting fashion […]

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Jeremy Hollister

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Wow, hiatus much? It seems as though I have let the blog get away from me, far far away. So in an attempt to overhaul this bad boy, I’m going to pretend as though the six month gap from the last post never happened. As a matter of fact, what gap?

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Winter Fashion Editorial

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Considering I’ve been retouching at Box Studios for a little under a year now, I’ve been able to study the work of my photo idols. One of them being the fantastic Paolo Roversi, who often graces the cover of Italian Vogue. For Michael Didyoung’s latest fashion editorial, we decided on going towards Paolo’s unique look […]

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Katie and Tristan’s Headshots

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As you may already know, my roommate Mike Didyoung and I have been working together for the past few months. It’s very important for us to stay busy with personal work even with our hectic work schedules. In an effort to take advantage of Seliger’s studio that Mike has access to, he’s been taking head shots of […]

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Hong Kong Gallery Talk

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I just returned from an amazing trip to the “Manhattan of Asia,” better known as Hong Kong. SCAD was gracious enough to fly me halfway across the world (16 hours yuck!) to give an artist talk at the final reception for my solo show “City of Exile.” The exhibit was on display from October 25th […]

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Michael Didyoung

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I have met a lot of extremely talented artists in the past 4+ years and this year has been no exception. Meet Mike Didyoung, fellow SCAD graduate and photography aficionado. With a calm-tempered  and laid back manner, what is there not to like about him?

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