We know about the theory that photo shoots with kids and animals can be a pain, but we have to say that these are some of our favorite things to do. Especially with kids as talented as these! — at Renown Children’s Hospital.
We enjoyed shooting this cover for Edible Reno-Tahoe, featuring the cooking of local firefighters.
It's was really eye-opening working on this project with Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful. It's a great reminder to dump trash where it belongs, and not out in our beautiful open space.
We were honored to take the author photo for Bourne Morris. Yes, author photo, as opposed to professor photo, as she has written a book!
From her Facebook page:
The novel is titled, "The Red Queen's Run," and it is a mystery about violence on a university campus. A journalism professor known for her quiet courage and her beautiful red hair teams with a local detective to investigate the mysterious and brutal death of the dean of journalism. Some of the faculty who hated the dean are under suspicion. The protagonist, Red Solaris, is appointed interim dean and the detective who grows to love her worries she will be the next victim. No, it is not set at UNR but it is set in a fictional town in northern Nevada.
You can stay updated by following her on her official author page!
Here's a behind-the-scenes look at a recent Reno Philharmonic rehearsal.
For an issue of Edible Reno-Tahoe, we got to spend time in some of our area's most spirited locations.
Tom Adams, a partner at Seven Troughs Distilling Company, ended up making the cover. You'll want to talk to him about his company's moonshine and bourbon!
Also pictured are Ashley and Colby Frey, owners of Frey Ranch in Fallon. They have a winery now and make brandy and other spirits.
Special thanks to Publishers Jaci Goodman and Amanda Burden for allowing us to share in the creativity that goes into every issue of Edible Reno-Tahoe!
Here are some shots from a recent shoot for Renown Medical and their Telemedicine program.
Here's a production shot from our trip to Frey Winery in Fallon, NV for Edible Reno-Tahoe Magazine. The subjects were placed on a grain silo using a lift and Jeff shot from the ground. Thanks to Mike Okimoto for capturing this!
We enjoyed getting to know Merlyn Paine of Carson City, when we shot her for the National Jewish Health Annual Report. Merlyn was a patient of the hospital and has been given back much of her lung capacity. She can laugh again and we enjoyed hearing that!
Do you want to learn about portrait photography...or know someone who does? Join me in my studio for a "Studio Photography: Portraiture" class. I teach through Nevada Museum of Art on a regular basis.
When you're out and about, pick up a copy of this week's Reno News & Review -- I'm thrilled to be profiled alongside such talented local artists!
We had too much fun at Zephyr Cove photographing some great dogs jumping into Lake Tahoe for a new line of dog toys by Bionic Pet Products.
August 1, 2013
I spent some time shooting portraits of the kids at Northern Nevada RAVE Family Foundation, which has a mission “to improve the well-being of Nevada families by providing respite to families caring for young children and adult family members with special needs.”
My RAVE collection will be on display at the Western Nevada College Gallery, located at 2201 West College Parkway in Carson City, September 9 through October 18, 2013. I’d love it if you could attend the artist’s reception, will be held on Thursday, September 12, from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
We had fun shooting a flu shot awareness campaign for Immunize Nevada, and getting to hang out with some of our community's finest!