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
Amy Kline I've worked with Amy for
7 years now
developing her Artist Brand through
PORTRAIT Taken spefically for the
POSTCARD This was one of the 1st
postcards I did for Amy
Gossett Taken during the Tom Coleman Shino
Kilns Ad for Ceramics Monthly
Febuary Issue 2013
David Porras David is a California
toward getting more exposure.
POSTCARD This was put together to
help promote a pottery sale.
Marsh Blue Mugs
Maeda Shot Glasses My goal is always
to create an invisible energy between
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
Kreitchet Wood Fired -Ceramic
New Work from Heidi
Woodwork by Larry Wright
Bob Cranley "Frida" Wood Sculpture
Cranley "Shell Serving Board" Wood Craving
Cranley "Female Bust" Bronze & Wood
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.
is very important for items like shoes. shooting
them at an angle to give them depth.
original artwork to reproduce not only the
painting accurately ...
also photograph the frame in a way that accurately
explains the type of frame.
were dealing the Plexiglas, & metal plaques that have a very
reflective quality. Challenges
were shooting items with reflective surfaces
against a white background.
car is about 2".
were great fun to work on.