n. australian and NZ slang
a. a mischievous person
b. A person given to comical or outlandish behavior.
[from English dialect: a mischievous youth]
Now that we've gotten that outta the way
So a little about me: Name's Brandon Darby, 23. Graduated from the University of Western Australia not to long ago, moved back to Florida last year from Perth Australia, became a zookeeper at Walt Disney World, and now I've moved to Colorado, as you do...
I like to have fun, and do on all of my shoots (even if you don't... lol, jks, everyone has fun on my shoots!). So, after shooting in the studio for a number of years I realized that there's only so many things you can do with a plain white wall. In 'light' of that, haha, yeah, that was bad. Moving right along...
I now enjoy bringing studio quality to the great outdoors (i.e. I bring portable battery powered studio lighting to all of my shoots, so if you see someone walking around town with a 53" soft box it's probably me, say G'day!!). If you have a great location or concept in mind, contact me! TFCD will be accepted if you can show me a new great and/or wonderful location to shoot, or if your just a cool person in general! Also this means that escorts are fine, they are useful and are referred to as 'voice activated, self propelled, light stands' on our shoot...
So don't worry about them being in the way, or offending me if someone tags along!
Oh, I suppose I should put this in here: I'm experienced in glamour, fashion, weddings, nude (artistic and non) and pretty much anything else you can think of capturing. I shot for a number of years in Australia working with companies like Coke, Adidas, Skins, Waves Surf-wear, various gyms, restaurants, and more.
Feel free to check out my work:
Last but not least, and should you be interested in such things. I think it's rude to expect models to list their information, and not do the same. So, for the record. I use Elinchrom portable studio gear, a CANON EOS 5D mkII, and a horde of L series lenses. All of the images I edit for you will be done through the latest edition of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.
I think that's it.
Cya out there,