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2015 PX3 Award Winners!

2015 PX3 Award Winners!

Both Love Story and American Housewife images received awards in the Px3 2015 competition and back in May, another housewife image was lucky enough to be awarded in Px3’s WHITE competition! Stock #0150 and John #0001 separately received Honorable Mention in the Portraiture Category, while “American Housewives Redefined,” a series of images from the Housewife series received an...
American Housewife is a PX3 - White Winner!

American Housewife is a PX3 – White Winner!

Proud to be have this American Housewife image of Maryalis selected as an honorable mention for the PX3 – White competition. PX3 – White had the theme of “white” and this image of Maryalis that used a white palette and props fit the bill perfectly. The Prix de la Photographie, Paris (PX3) has submissions from all over the...
Grace, American Housewife

Grace, American Housewife

Grace is an architect with a beautiful, expansive, modern home. She’s also a mother, writer, and American housewife. As a conservative Christian, Grace is interested in balancing tradition with customary aesthetics. There is a bit of a juxtaposition between a sense of a modern home and fashion against the conservatism of spiritual beliefs, but she...
Laura, American Housewife

Laura, American Housewife

We arrived early in the morning to start our day with our next Housewife. I was met by a visibly nervous Laura who confided in me that she had not slept due to her anxiety around the shoot and was even considering an early morning cocktail.  Although terrified, she was ready to step out of her comfort zone. Our first set asked a...
2015 Graphis Award for American Housewife

2015 Graphis Award for American Housewife

Photographer Dave Moser wins a Graphis award for his entry in the 2015 Photography Annual. Out of thousands of entries in 2015, only a few hundred were chosen worldwide for Platinum, Gold, Silver, or Merit Awards.
Jonathan, American Housewife

Jonathan, American Housewife

The next American Housewife in the series is Jonathan. We are redefining the term “Housewife” and Jonathan does this biologically. Lining up this shoot was quite difficult between three sick boys, weather, school closings, and unplanned home emergencies. The fact we were pre-empted so many times speaks to how important his role is. I know of quite...
Nina, American Housewife

Nina, American Housewife

When we photographed Nina in early Spring, the snow was just starting to fade and her separation still felt fresh. She had arranged for an unusual trade between the home where she raised her two enthusiastic boys, a beautiful large house in the woods, for a cozy home closer to town. Some of the complications...
Brenda, American Housewife

Brenda, American Housewife

We photographed our first subject on a cold and snowy day in February 2011. My assistant of 5 years called in sick, a first, leaving me with my second assistant on her first day of assisting ever. We decided to move ahead as I had already been delayed a year, mainly due to the writer...
Pro Bono: The Bethesda Project

Pro Bono: The Bethesda Project

I was asked to create imagery that "comforted the afflicted and afflicted the comfortable." I set out to create portraits of the residents that showed homelessness affects all demographics. I wanted the portraits to convey transcendence, from a very difficult and dark time to a time that has hope and relief.
Dave's Chronicles (3 of 3)

Dave’s Chronicles (3 of 3)

When I shoot, I work quickly and intuitively shooting at times without looking at the subject, and looking for something I have not seen before. Because I am limited to 30 minutes at most per subject, I tend to shoot quite a bit, rather quickly, stopping to ask, listen, connect, and share.
Friends Count (2 of 3)

Friends Count (2 of 3)

To my knowledge nothing like this had ever been attempted in the corporate world. I met Dave's private client at his office to interview him for an upcoming book of Dave's photographs.
Introduction: A Love Story (1 of 3)

Introduction: A Love Story (1 of 3)

I invited my coach of seven years, Ian Summers to help present this love story to my blogpost readers. This was our take.