Posts tagged "editorial portrait"
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.
Dave receives Graphis Gold

Dave receives Graphis Gold

Dave recently received gold from the 2014 Graphis Photography Annual. This is a passionate personal project that redefines the role of the American Housewife. Many people claim to respect housewives, but instead see only the resented and dated stereotype.
Getting Sharky with Barbara Corcoran

Getting Sharky with Barbara Corcoran

Photographing a renaissance woman such as Barbara Corcoran was amazing. She was open to ideas and game for anything.
Sometimes comments from previous posts generate interesting conversations — and we wanted to share the latest.

Sometimes comments from previous posts generate interesting conversations — and we wanted to share the latest.

Everyone has a rhythm, and everyone appreciates respect and honesty.
A few hours with Dr. Oz

A few hours with Dr. Oz

Dave photographed media personality Dr. Oz for the cover of Success Magazine at his house in North Jersey and they couldn’t have asked for a better day in June to shoot!
Not quite 10 minutes with Richard Branson

Not quite 10 minutes with Richard Branson

Dave had the opportunity to photograph brilliant businessman, and known bad boy, Sir Richard Branson in January for the cover of Success Magazine. They shot at the W Hotel in Dallas, TX. Branson was in town on a book tour for one of his latest books, ‘Screw Business as Usual’, and Dave only had 10 minutes to work his magic....