Formerly known as Autonomous, from Ypsilanti, MI. I visit MI here and there, so I'll try to post when I'll be in the area.
A little strange, a little different, not your typical girl-type thing.
I love anything colorful/colorfilled, anime-esq, shiny, kittyfied, or cute. But I also like "s-cary" blood, guts, and gore. I think skeletons, bones, and organs are some of the coolest things imaginable.
I do nudes, but I don't make it a point to be nude. Keeping that in mind, I am not interested in any sort of bondage or erotic work, as it's not really a way I would like to see myself portrayed. I do have respect for people that do this type of work though, much more power to them.
I moved, and got my driver's license. Hooray! Possibly looking for new shoots, though I'm still trying to get use to the new place.
My hair color has a tendency to change whenever I get bored, so semi frequently. My hair is currently dark brown, almost blackish with a red violet color underneath, cut is a shorter texture bob style. Also, I have two tattoos, one across my shoulder blades, and one on my left hip. Pictures are available on request.
I am available for TF and paid shoots, depending on the situation.
Taken from my personal journal, how I feel about photos/photography:
"Sometimes pictures are boring for me. Looking at a person, and seeing the same things, again and again. It's almost like you have to figure out something completely new and different about a person/thing each time you shoot them. Knowing too much about a person can backfire as well. Concepts have the potential to be great, but can also go completely awry sometimes. There needs to be some happy medium that you can convey. Capturing an essence is crucial though, and this is where light, texture, and color are important. These are usually the areas in which a photo can go wrong, and end up looking flat and expressionless. The photographer's own personal expression should be taken into consideration, as it helps to convey an emotion. If both of these tools are lacking, however, there is no essence to be found. This is what interests me most about photography/being a photographer. Committing a feeling to an image, and evoking a response is important to me."
I also list myself as a photographer, so I will try to be as helpful with ideas and concepts as I possibly can. I have a slight understanding of studio setup, but I do better with unstaged situations.