This portrait was shot with only available light in quite a strange place - my carport. I set up 4 wooden frames for the euro pallet on top of each other. I cut out the top half of the front side and a black screen on the left side and on the ground. like this, I can control the ratio of light on Kate and the wooden background by moving her closer to the front or further back. The black screen on the ground and the not-cut-out front helps to minimize the light from the reflecting concrete ground.
Milk & Honey. This shoot symbolizes the essence of woman - her sensuality, her purity, her power, and her beauty. When a woman embodies her true goddess nature, she becomes the potent combination of power and seduction, bathed with the pure intention of inspiring others into their full potential. There is nothing sweeter than a woman fully adorned in her own essence.
Model & Writer: Colette Milazzo
Makeup & Hair: Victoria Perciun
This picture was taken at the end of a very long shooting day. We started the shooting with a horse combined with fashion dresses. Finally, after 6 hours we went to her home where we take this photo. Thank you very much, Evelyne for your energy and patience for the whole day. It was an honor for me to shoot with you.
It was a pleasure to shoot this beautiful, motivated, and young woman. She's 21 years young and had her second surgery on her hips after this shooting. The photos that were created in this shooting, should motivate her to get back to her form after her rehabilitation.
I thank her for her trust in me and my work.
This gorgeous girl stopped by the studio with her mom One morning so I could practice some Dance style shots. I’d only photographed a dancer once before and wanted to capture a dancer in motion. She did not disappoint and did an amazing job for her first photoshoot dancing...
This picture is one of my favorite from this shoot, I was taking some pictures for a personal project that has a Barbie (the Doll) and Diana (the model in the pictures) in a natural environment, the main idea was to show the female body mixed into the forest so the spectator was not able to identify in the picture which one was human and which one a doll, Diana its in extreme pale so when I saw her skin in contrast to the very dark natural background I realize that the image was going to be stunning.