I don't get to shoot very often anymore, but I'm always willing to try and work something out if you'd be interested.
I am, at the core, a figure and alternative method photographer. I find nothing more than interesting than the human form. My visions of this form are changing all the time; from stable to chaotic and everywhere in between.
I have shot senior portraits, band promotional, live performance, boudoir and Domme promotional to name a few commissions.
My portfolio here doesn't reflect all that I've done, nor all that I want to do.
I can work with just about anyone, but I do prefer to set up an in-person meeting if possible after exchanging some emails before we shoot to work out ideas so there's no time wasted on the actual set and to break that "new person" ice.
I also help run a local photographers group, St. Louis Strobists. We teach lighting concepts to the masses and hold bi-monthly meetups. If any model or MUA wishes to attend our meetups, your services are greatly welcomed. Afterall, the point of these meetups is test our shooting knowledge and for that, we need models. Models get free portfolio work, so do the photographers. MUA's are sometimes available (for a per-model fee to cover materials).
You can see a wider range of my work on my website:
Just a few points of interest:
If we have a scheduled shoot, you may bring someone along... just as long as they know not to interfere. If you have to cancel, please give me at least 24 hours notice by both email and a phone call.
I like to think of photoshoots as an opportunity to have a good time, enjoy the experience, and get some good pictures. If it's not fun, what's the point, that attitude will translate into the images and it could ruin the entire set.