Have you ever wanted to be Audrey Hepburn, just for one day? Check out these fun portraits I did for a client who’s a big Audrey fan. The dress, tiara and cigarette holder are hers, but most of the other accessories are mine. I have an extensive collection of vintage clothing, jewelry and accessories, and it’s always fun when I get to use that stuff on a shoot!
I’m sure you’ve seen the original inspiration for this image! It’s classic!
In the opening sequence of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, Holly Golightly, after a night of partying, emerges from a cab in front of Tiffany’s. She holds a paper sack containing her breakfast, which she eats while gazing into the shop windows. You can see a still from that sequence HERE.
Another image inspired by the opening sequence of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. (HERE‘s the film still.)
Watch the opening scene of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” HERE to see the inspiration for this shot.
This image was inspired by a 1953 publicity photo (HERE) from the film “Sabrina”. The client brought her own 1950s-era black phone.
A few of my favorites from my shoot with the Samadhi Center for Yoga last week. What an incredibly kind and positive group of people! Look for these photos and more on their new website in June!
I can’t tell you how excited I am about Amy and Tyler’s baby, because I’m the lucky photographer who gets to document his or her first year! I shot Amy and Tyler’s wedding in 2010, so I was tickled to hear their baby news. We did these sweet maternity portraits last week at Cheesman Park in Denver (all the while dodging the many spring sun worshippers playing hooky from school or work). It was so good to see these guys again, and Amy you are looking radiant! I can’t wait to meet your little one!
I’ve been meaning for a while now to post these senior portraits of Kyle taken in downtown Colorado Springs. I actually took them last fall, and they really needed to be shared with the world because I think they’re wonderful! Kyle brought along his truck, his dog Tucker, his euphonium (better known as a bari), and his color guard rifle. We had so much fun, wandering around downtown Colorado Springs taking his senior portraits. Kyle, you look great!
Kyle is in his school’s color guard, so we decided to try and get a shot of a rifle toss. It took several tries but I think it was worth the effort — this portrait is pretty cool!
Kyle’s dog is named Tucker. He’s such a funny pup.
This has got to be my all time favorite senior portrait. I love it. Tucker has such a cute expression on his face.