Hi, thanks for visiting my profile. Among the many hats I wear, I am a photographer. I typically shoot sports, but I love creating images with models. I am a motorcycle racer and former model. I worked in LA years ago.
These links show my work and what I do:
I own an online dirt bike magazine, http://www.enduro360.com/
We publish models on it, http://www.enduro360.com/category/trophy-girls/
We shoot every month for our site. Here is the typical shoot information:
Location: Escondido, at my home, this is where all the props are. It is typically my wife and myself at the shoot. I also have a couple of close outdoor locations that work well.
Theme: nearly everything is bikini or sportswear paired with motorcycles. Cute/ sexy girl next door looks are what we try to create. We typically don't shoot for nudes, but sometimes implied looks.
Wardrobe: Model to bring basics; heels, boots, bikini, shorts, skirt and anything else she likes to shoot in. We pair this with motorcycle wardrobe. We have tons of really interesting stuff, you will end up with some very unique photos
MUA: model responsible for hair and styling. Please remember that details like hair and nails have a big impact on the shot. Always remember to bring makeup, particularity options for lips and eyes.
Pay: we pay nearly everyone we work with, it all depends on experience.
I typically only work with experienced models take their work seriously. I don't have time or patience for flakes (why are there so many?) I have plenty of time for those who wish to create great work.
While I respect a models concerns for safety, I have strict guidelines regarding escorts. If you feel you need to bring someone, you must inform me. Any escorts who show unannounced will be turned away. No exceptions.
This is a business, but it is also something I love doing. Thanks to the help of some great models, we are getting some fantastic work. That makes it all very rewarding.
Thumbs up and thanks to;
The "No Fly" list, models who were no shows or canceled on day of shoot