ThePhotoPoetPhotographer Male Concord, California, US
My Website: My DeviantArt profileMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/ThePhotoPoet000
Mayhem # 2231773
About MeContact me here or at: firstname.lastname@example.org
***Looking for Models***
What can I say about myself?
Since I was a child and could hold an Kodak Instimatic I've loved taking photos and hamming it up for the cam. As most of us I graduated High School and then took a turn and join the United States Army two weeks after graduation. Got out of service after enjoying Germany and Europe, left as a Desert Shield/Storm Vet in 91'.
I'm married and have a son who is 18 and lives with his mother. He is a wonderful son and takes after me, LOL!
Got a job in community management and worked while being a photographer on the side for 20 years. Recently, I have left to pursue my passion and dreams as a Professional Photographer and Poet.
I have been published numerous times for both photography and poetry over the years and hence got the nickname, ThePhotoPoet. I enjoy working with both artistries as well as combining them.
To ask someone to do something, one must be willing to do the same, hence my self photo shoots. Remember a models comfortability and then the photographers is what is important. Respect all and keep your mind open, we are not to judge.
Adult, Altenative, Artistic Nudes, Erotic, Events, Gothic, Pin-up, Weddings and everything inbetween.
I'm hoping to find like minded souls, from Amatures to professionals, who want to increase their portfolios like me (TFCD). Mostly, looking for models, but am willing to model in the remote chance someone is interested. A friend told me to check out this website as I might find some really good friends, contacts, and models.
Feel free to contact me as I'm currently open and ready, don't miss out.
Your Bay Area photographer (me) is professional, courteous, discreet, respectful, open minded and would love to be "Your Bay Area Photographer"
Visit me also at jpgmag.com
All photos were taken and in some cases editted by: Michael R. Cousineau