V/SUAL APPAREL

  • Recent Developments :: 7.28.16

    I have been doing a bit of traveling recently but I did manage to get some recently developed rolls back. Shot on a variety of film types the experience of analogue photography continues to be more rewarding to me personally in the end result. To me that is what the process of any art form should be. What makes you excited to do it and what puts the biggest smile on your face when all is said and done. The more and more I am starting to think this is it for me.

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  • Bando Backdrops :: Tess Dunne

    Sometimes exploring a bando can lead to some interesting settings. Usually backdrops that are decaying or smashed out windows. When I came across such a place in Los Angeles while out shooting with Evidence one day I figured I better put it to use before it gets torn down or end up with a security guard. I had plan on shooting with Tess Dunne and figured this place would work for a few looks. This one below was one of my favorites. A cool blazer paired up with some lingerie worked great in this environment. Take a look at the images below to see what we came up with!

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  • Picture This :: 7.26.16

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  • The Nine Club

    I recently had the chance to sit down with the good people of The Nine Club Show. An amazing interview series Hosted by Chris Roberts & Roger Bagley that has skaters talking. I had complimented my friend Joey on his episode and he quickly hit up Roger suggesting they have me on their show. I was really excited to hear they were down. I have been a fan of Chris Roberts' skating for years as well as Roger's film making skills. It was a fun time that felt more like hanging out with your friends talking than a interview process. I love to see skaters doing their thing and this is just an extension of some cool people having fun. Thanks again for having me guys! Be sure to check out The Nine Club YouTube channel for more!

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  • Visual Vibes :: YesJulz

    Traveling as much as I do enables me to meet a variety of people. From making great friends to being able to work on fun projects with creative people it is across the board. Having frequented Miami one person I was able to meet a couple years back was YesJulz. Off the bat you can tell she is full of life and energy which she is able to share with people through her social media outlets,her agency as well as her parties which have become a staple gathering of people to have a great time or vibes as she would put it.

    I have always built a foundation on working with people & brands whom I respect what they are doing. YesJulz falls under that for sure. She is someone who is making the most not just for herself but for others around her. So when the idea popped in my head of linking up with her for a V/SUAL collab I was a little nervous to ask her honestly. But luckily she was down for us to create.

    We linked up back in April of this year. We had been bouncing back and forth for a few months but our schedules weren't connecting. So when we both had a free weekend I booked a ticket and flew out to Miami and we were able to make our shoot happen. Here we are now and the collab is finally available. Below is a variety of images from our shoot for you to enjoy. Thank you again Julz for being you and down to create!

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    Be sure to check out the V/SUAL x YesJulz collab exclusively at PacSun.

  • Soaking :: Lana Rhoades

    Some things will eventually come across your lens in due time. Having been shooting women for the past 14 years I had yet to do a bathtub shoot. Yes this is a somewhat common setting that has been done a billion times. Still while photographing at The Line Hotel with Lana Rhoades I couldn't resist the opportunity. The suite I had rented featured a stand alone tub. Although it was a bit dark I had my Canon 50mm 0.95 dream lens with me. Mounted on my SL I shot away making some fun use of the backlight. I am happy I got to create one of these sets, again never let a common place theme stop you from interpreting and outputting something in your own way! Enjoy the flicks!

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  • 170 :: Nikki Blades

    Sometimes you have that one location you have been eyeing up as a photographer. Wether it was just to shoot on its own or you wanted to incorporate a model into it, I think it is safe to say we have all been there. For me it was this overpass that cut across the 170 freeway in North Hollywood. Being that whenever I drive into Hollywood I go under this structure I always figured it would be a great setting to shoot with someone. So when Nikki Blades and I got together for a day of photos at my studio I figured it would be good to get out for a bit and capture some photos here. Dressed in a bit of a revealing look I felt it provided a great contrast to the environment. Plus it also shows how good of a sport she was to be photographed on a bridge in a t-shirt,some panties and her jordans while hundreds of motorists were passing by. Thanks again Nikki for being a good sport as well as a great subject to create photos with!

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