This is an image from my final project from my Advertising Photography 1 class. It is part of a series of portraits matched with still lives of blue collared workers. This portrait is of a local Rochester mechanic.
This is a still life I made of already laid out sockets for a socket wrench that a mechanic that I was photographing was using. This image was part of my final series project from my Advertising Photography 1 class.
This portrait number two from my Advertising Photography 1 final series. This is a student at Rochester Arch and Flame learning to become a professional welder or metals worker.
Here is an image of a student at Rochester Arch and Flame practicing welding. This is one of the final images in my final series project from my Advertising Photography 1 class.
This is the final image from my final series project for my Advertising Photography 1 class. Here is pictured the teacher of the welding class from Rochester Arch and Flame, finishing a sword he was making.
Here are some unfinished sword handles that the teacher at Rochester Arch and Flame was working on. This is the final still life from my final series project from my Advertising Photography 1 class.
This is portrait number 3 from my final project in Advertising Photography 1. This is a different mechanic from the same local Rochester shop. Here he is pictured sitting in one of the cars he was working on.
This is my first time making one of these 3d type gifs. It was made at the same time of my final series project for my Advertising Photography 1 class.
This is from my 3rd year at RIT for my Advertising Photography Class. The assignment was to chose and article and create editorial photographs for that article. The article was called “Is Cow Milk Still Good For You?”. While reading the article the question came up does milk really make you stronger? So I decided to take a funny approach and this is one of my finals.
Here is the second final for my first editorial assignment. This one takes an even goofier approach than the other image.
Here was my freshman year RA while living in dorms at RIT. He was always himself while wearing makeup so I wanted to capture the moment he looked and felt his best. I ended up capturing this captivating image of him becoming his best self.
Here is a photograph from an assignment from my 3rd year at RIT. The assignment was environmental portrait and I decided to try and find someone badass. I went to the local motorcycle store and got permission from the owner to shoot on his property and to use their bikes and clothing that were for sale.
Here is another shot from the environmental portrait assignment from my 3rd year at RIT.