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Model Mayhem #:
2542846
Last Activity:
Nov 15, 2020
Experience:
Very Experienced
Compensation:
Depends on Assignment
Joined:
Feb 07, 2012

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About Me

I work out of my own studio in downtown Charlottesville, making stereoscopic fine art images. This means I sell the images in small quantities to individual collectors. Typically my images are sold as hand-made stereocards (stereoviews). This is a vintage format. When viewed in a stereoscope, the cards show a beautiful and immersive three dimensional effect, as well as other stereoscopic effects (very tangible iridescence, transparency, reflectivity, etc.).

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Lately I've been shooting outside in nature including in or underwater, or in the industrial / built environment. I am also still shooting medium format slide film, as long as it remains available.

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My primary interest here on MM is in finding models and other collaborators with whom to explore creative ideas and discover new methods and processes to express them. In my portraiture, I like nothing more than simple honesty. This is true in my figure studies, erotic, and/or fetish imagery. Beyond that I enjoy the challenge of interpretive or conceptual eroticism.

I like to experiment with unusual lighting (light painting, lasers), photographic techniques (multiple or time exposure), mirrors and semi-transparent props, and special stereoscopic techniques. When I get into something experimental, the sessions are contemplative and deliberate. I also enjoy shooting in unusual locations - including architectural photography - so if you have a location, please let me know!

I can work with novice models - sometimes I prefer it. I shoot TFP with novice models. I shoot both studio and location. Since I do not shoot commercially, I keep the atmosphere relaxed, accepting and fun. You can always bring a friend or partner. I always try to meet your needs while pursuing my artistic vision.

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Credit Notes

Exhibitions

12/1998, Charlottesville Artspace (anaglyphs, phantograms, slide stereoscopes installation)
10/1999, Dreams Light Gallery, Charlottesville (anaglyphs and phantograms)
01/2000, SPIE / SD+A, San Diego (Anaglyphs and phantograms)
fall/2000, McCormick Observatory, Charlottesville (anaglyph prints)
12/2000, CCAE - Jefferson Theatre, Charlottesville (anaglyph prints)
02/2001, ALC Gallery, Charlottesville (anaglyph prints)
11/2001, Ten Flavors Studio, Charlottesville (anaglyph prints)
spring/2002, Virginia Discovery Museum, Charlottesville (anaglyph and stereojet prints, anaglyph shadow demonstration/installation, lenticulars poster session)
04/2004, 3-D Center, Portland (anaglyph prints)
07/2004, Neo Erotique juried show, [email protected], Manhattan (MF3d slide stereoscope installation)
04/2005, Seattle Erotic Arts Festival (winner: first place award, visiting artists juried show - MF3d slide stereoscope installation)
11/2005, Recent Past Preservation / Cyclorama benefit show, Design Within Reach, D.C. (invited artist, anaglyph prints and stereo slide show)
03/2006, Seattle Erotic Arts Festival (invited artist and winner: first place award, visiting artists juried show - MF3d slide stereoscope installation)
07/2006, 3-D Center, Portland (CGI stereo prints)
03/2007, 3-D Center, Portland (large format stereo prints)
05/2007, f-Stop Gallery, Seattle (invited artist, MF3d installation)
06/2007, Ix-Project Juried Show (print)
02/2008, Black Maria Gallery, Los Angeles (invited artist, MF3 installation)
02/2008, Dirty Show 9, Detroit (juried show, three MF3d installations)
05/2008, Erotic Signature Competition, The World's Greatest Erotic Art II, acceptance/book winner
09/2008, Art-rotica 10, Crucible Club, D.C. (MF3 installation)
06/2009, LOOK3 Yourspace group exhibition (MF3d installation)
07/2009, Tilt Gallery, Phoenix (invited artist, MF3d installation)
03 - 09/2009, "1 Brain + 2 Eyes = 3D" Exhibit, Oregon Historical Society, Portland (invited artist, anaglyphs)