Since the beginning of this year I started working for an indie jewelry company called Gleeful Peacock. Starting out with making the jewelry, to taking the product photos, to shooting the 2015 Catalog, I have absolutely loved working for this company!
Here are some photos from the photo shoot last week.
Lately, I have been shooting a lot for TulsaFood.com and have been enjoying every minute of it. But when they said I get to photograph the COUFest, I was ecstatic. I love festivals and sadly missed out last year. The festival did not underestimate it's expectations!
Now that you've seen the Behind the Scenes, here are the final shots! I want to say a huge thank you to Kassi, the owner of Threaded Fox and our awesome models, Emma and Sierra. It was a team effort to make this happen and turn out so great!
A new friend of mine, Kassi, has a very cute clothing company called Threaded Fox. So yesterday we took the evening to shoot some photos and video for her new Summer Collection. I can't wait to share the final stuff! I was so excited and anxious about this shoot because I had an exact vision for the style, but everything went great and turned out beautifully.
These are a couple images that I collaborated on with Jon Heckman for the Cypher 120 (Written Quincey Project) band, The CONTRÄBAND. Their style is so raw and hard core that it was a unique experience trying to bring that out in the photos, so different from what I normally do. If you are ever free on a Monday night in Downtown Tulsa, you should definitely see them play at The Fur Shop, such a great atmosphere and vibe.
I was able to attend the very first Hop Jam Festival in downtown Tulsa, OK last Sunday. I was there photographing the food and beer for TulsaFood.com and to enjoy the music of course! My inner-teen-girl came out that evening learning that not only was Hanson going to preform that night, a band which I had not seen since I was six, but I get to go upfront and photograph them.
I just recently have been linked more closely to the art community here in Tulsa. I was attending an event weekly called Cypher 120, an open mic night with poets and musicians, at the Creative Room in the Pearl District. I was struck by a poem preformed by Written Quincey and had the chance to collaborate with a graphic designer friend, Jon Heckman, to do an animation video of the poem. So here are a few frame grabs of the upcoming video, keep your eyes out for the finished thing!!
I just recently was hired as the photographer/videographer for a company called DineDesign. I never would have imagined that I would be photographing food and restaurants, but I have absolutely loved it! It is a huge and busy industry here in Tulsa, Oklahoma and I love getting to meet all the awesome people who make it happen. Here is some of my favorite shots from some recent shoots!
I had the pleasure of photographing my cousin's engagement photos at the Mayo Hotel in Downtown Tulsa last Saturday. Such a beautiful couple and so enjoyable to be around. I can't wait for the wedding!!
The Outlet is a monthly event that is near to my heart. First off a good friend of mine, April Robertson, is behind the entire thing..and secondly not only do I get to enjoy and meet local artists, I am also supporting a different local charity every month. The first show was one of the biggest events the Creative Room had ever held and I am praying it keeps growing from there. Here are some photos I took from the first month. You can look forward to a short promo video coming from the next show…THIS SATURDAY! Creative Room: 8-11ish
Last Saturday morning I had such a great time combining my two favorite things, Coffee and Photography. I spent four hours walking around downtown Tulsa to different coffee shops and listening to the "behind the scenes" work that goes into each cup. I was able to visit Foolish Things Coffee, Chimera, Joebots Coffee Bar, Hodges Bend, Mods Coffee & Crepes, and Topeca in the Mayo Hotel. So much delicious coffee and so many cool people who are passionate about it!
Here is some recent work I shot for a company called Dine Design. I have had so much fun photographing local restaurants,events and people. Everyday I am reminded of how much I love Tulsa and all the places I have yet to see….and photograph!!