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Artist- "Before you submit your work to juried shows, galleries or collectors, you need to have really great images. This is your single most important expenditure as an artist. If your work is not photographed professionally, or well, you will never get the recognition you want, or your work deserves." - Sylvia White -Artist Career Management -( http://www.artadvice.com/advice/article32.php )

Let me help you get the recognition you deserve. Contact me today to discuss your project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tom Coleman
Photographed for the1st Geil Kilns Ad in Ceramics Monthly
advertising the Firing workshop for
Leopard Spot Carbon Trap Shinos.

This was the shot that started it all.


 

Geil Kilns Ad for Ceramics Monthly
Nov-Dec Issues 2013


 

Ruby Serben
This piece got 3rd place in Vasefinder.com 2013


Amy Kline
Craved Porcelain
These next 3 images are from a project of 10 pieces.



 

My Challenge & Goal was to produce
dramatic images that incorporated the shadows
of the pieces as a important visual element.

 

Shooting white pieces against a graduated
background and maintaining the detail
in the pieces can be difficult.
It was a very satisfying and successful project.


Heidi Kreitchet
Wood Fired -Ceramics
One of my Favorite Pieces I've photographed
from Heidi's collection



 


to see everything I've
photographed for Heidi Kreitchet
check out her website at:
www.hkwoodfire.com

 

www.hkwoodfire.com
website design by
www.Kelly-McLendon.com

Teresa Testa
Project of 9 pieces.
Ceramic Porcelain


 


The same piece
Different side


 

Elaine Coleman
Frog Platter- photographic for the Las Vegas Clay Calendar 2013


Gene Killian
Photographed for the Geil Kilns Ad
for Ceramics Monthly April 2013 issue.

 

Geil Kilns Ad for Ceramics Monthly
April Issue 2013

 

Tom Coleman
Crystal Matt Piece
Changing the angle of the shot
can change the personality
of the piece.


Sandy Smith aka Zazu
Painting by Zazu

 


 
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Michelle Boudreaux
Next 3 paintings by Michelle Boudreaux
to see more of Michelle's work
visit www.artbellyburn.com

 

 


 



Barbara Gomez
alternative firing Ceramic Artist
 



 


BUSINESS CARD
to see more of Barbara's work
visit www.VegasPottery.com



Amy Kline
I've worked with Amy for 7 years now
developing her Artist Brand through
visually images.
 

ENVIRONMENTAL PORTRAIT
Taken spefically for the promotional postcard

 


POSTCARD
This was one of the 1st promotion
postcards I did for Amy



Bill Gossett
Taken during the Tom Coleman
Shino Workshop
 



 

Geil Kilns Ad for Ceramics Monthly
Febuary Issue 2013





David Porras
David is a California potter working
toward getting more exposure.


 

BUSINESS CARD
 

POSTCARD
This was put together to
help promote a pottery sale.




Pier Marsh
Blue Mugs Gas Reduction



 

Amy Maeda
Shot Glasses
My goal is always to create
an invisible energy between
the items.




 

Patrick Horsley
Photographed for Patrick during
a workshop he was giving at
Pottery West, Las Vegas, NV


Pete Liapes
Stoneware Clay Sculpted Face
This piece stands about 24" + Tall



 



 







Xavier Gonzalez
Crstalline
 






 




Heidi Kreitchet
Wood Fired -Ceramic
New Work from Heidi
Woodwork by Larry Wright




 





 






Bob Cranley
"Frida"
Wood Sculpture

 

 

 





Bob Cranley
"Shell Serving Board"
Wood Craving



 





 






Bob Cranley
"Female Bust"
Bronze & Wood



 





 






Steve Weaver
Crystalline



 





 

BUSINESS CARD
for Steve Weaver





Heidi Kreitchet
Wood Fired -Ceramic

 





 






Upper Deck Sports Memorabilia
Photographed for Catalog and Website Purposes
The start to honing in my lighting skills
Auguest 2005 - May 2008 ( 3 years of shooting baseballs, jerseys, bats shoes etc etc :-) It was an awesome experience.


 





 







 

Positioning is very important
for items like shoes.
shooting them at an angle
to give them depth.




 






Shooting original artwork to
reproduce not only the
painting accurately ...


 

but also photograph the frame
in a way that accurately
explains the type of frame.



 

Challenges were dealing the Plexiglas,
& metal plaques that have a very
reflective quality.
Challenges were shooting items
with reflective surfaces
against a white background.







 






 






 

This car is about 2".



 

Die-Cast Products
These were great fun to
work on.




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