I have spoken in the past about beginning new photography projects with a focus on humanitarian issues. One of which being that of wrongful convictions and death row exonerated individuals.
This project is in collaboration with Witness to Innocence organization in Philadelphia. Please please please, read up on some of this information on their website, it’s very informative.
This is just an early taste of what I’ve started and there is no telling when such a project will come to completion. Please read a bit on Mr. Kirk Bloodsworth the first man to be exonerated by DNA evidence.
Please spread the word about this to as many people as you can. The more publicity the better! Thanks guys!
Going through this edit from a recent shoot and very taken aback at some very unexpected results in the best way possible. Lighting conditions were less than ideal and a bit of wind blowing never helps.
Spring in NY
Lovely Viviane Orth strikes a pose. Makeup by Gayle Carbajal
Digging into my arsenal of old tricks, I was carrying on what I started doing in Toronto now here in my first days here in New York.
Toronto early 2000s
Some of my first forays into portrait photography. I would stop whoever I found interesting looking to be in my photographs, I fully recommend this to any starting photographer. I developed a sense of confidence and really came out of my shell. As a photographer you need to take control of situations and really direct your subjects.
A fellow Toronto native stopping in Brooklyn for some pictures. Makeup by Adaliz Tabar.