I’m thrilled to have been a part of Chris Maslow’s pop-up gallery and guerrilla art show that shook up the Melbourne Art Festival last weekend. It was an inspiring experience and I’m especially happy that some of my shown work has now found permanent new homes.
Stay tuned for an encore guerrilla art show pop-up very, very soon.
This week I’m honored to be included in a group of artists invited to show work at Pizza Gallery this month. (link) My “Vintage Catwoman” shoot with Kate Blankenship in January is featured at this show. The shoot took place at Foo Bar during business hours, causing quite a stir…..
Next up, don’t miss my solo artist showing at the Spellbound 1920′s event at Open Mike’s the evening of Saturday May 18th. (link)
These are from a shoot I did in 2007 with Ruby Rocket before I had a
Facebook account or even a blog site. I was digging around and found
them on an old drive I was trying to get organized. One of the images
was used by Maxim Men’s Magazine. The shoot took place on a parking
garage rooftop in Orlando. Ruby is great to work with and this was our
2nd shoot together.
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Stitched Panorama of the Intracoastal Waterway (click for full size image)
This is a 180 degree panoramic shot from Ballard Park over looking the Intracoastal Way Way near the Eau Gallie Causeway. The timing was a trick to catch the sun peeking over the horizon. The trick is to get enough light but not so much you leave half of the shot under or over exposed. I thinking of printing this out for a wall mural.