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My style has been described as ''dressing women in shadows''.
My vision is seeing a woman's natural beauty then, revealing that beauty through my lens.
My goal is to create a body of work that can be described as ''classic & timeless''.
I work toward these goals in my natural light studio in downtown Charleston.
A visit to http://www.egcoyle.com/ will display my progress to date.
My personal reason for always working tfp is the genuine mutual admiration between my collaborators and myself. We see each other as necessary halves to create whole Art.
The cash void also engenders an intellectual connection that is unattainable between employer and employee.
It is our intellectual connection that produces images of a quality greater than the sum of our two parts.
I must also consider the emotional affect on my Clients who compensate me generously. (No releases are ever requested.)
The following is a portion of the Blog section of my web site.
As of April 1, 2013, I will no longer be making images in my Meeting Street Studio.
If you are fond of the images that I have created there, January, February, & March will be the last months to make your Art with me there.
This is not the end of my work, but it is the beginning of a new phase. I have no idea where it will take me, but I am excited about the adventure that lies ahead.
Wherever there are photons and females, I will make photographs.
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