Dance sessions are an investment. They take a lot of time and effort, and so the more we can take care of ahead of your session the better. The quicker we can get each each image nailed, the quicker we can move on to new locations or new pieces of movement. This will give you a far richer portfolio in the end. When I photograph dance sessions, I coach dancers through similar problems over and over again. Essentially, , the […]
Project: Dell & McAfee’s Small But Mighty Contest Featuring: Redthreaded I always enjoy a new fun challenge- how to show how designer and owner Cynthia Settje uses Dell’s new laptop. Plus it’s always lovely to visit their shop down near Boulder. They recently expanded their space and I can’t want to see it!
Project: Dance Project Denver Featuring: Jean-Paul Weaver, Lead Collaborator of the Selkie-Dimanche Project It was so fun to catch up with Jean-Paul! We had a great time playing with my LumeCubes for some very dramatic lighting, talking about form and non-colonized movement. I love that Jean-Paul is such an emotional mover…
Project: Wine and Works Featuring: Presenting Denver, Chelley Canales, facilitator Angie Simmons, Bella Diva Dance, Deepali, Choreographer Isabel Koontz, Kimberly Savage-Dawkins, Mercury Dance Company, Choreographer Sarrah Scott, and The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (For more event credits, please check the event website)
Categories: Dance • Tags: Angie Simmons, Bella Diva Dance, Chelley Canales, Deepali, Denver Dance, denver Dance photography, Isabel Koontz, Kimberly Savage-Dawkins, Mercury Dance Company, Presenting Denver, Sarrah Scott, The Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Project: Fall Recital 2017 Featuring: Maria Vazquez’s Flamenco Denver at Su Teatro Always fun to go shoot with the folks at Flamenco Denver, this time at a new location! I especially love the show of Maria and her husband, Whit, from the end of the show. The Denver arts scene is full of sweet people.