Category Archives: Fine Art Nudes

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Polaroid Type 55 with the Floof

I had plans to go out to the sand with Floofie for our shoot last week but catching a silly cold prevented that. So we stayed in and made some Polaroid Type 55 images. Yes, […]

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Kings Landing

There’s this ruin of a house down the hill from me that burned in a brush fire back in the ’60’s. The stairs and some semblance of foundation is still there and it reminds me […]

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Out in the Desert…

Here are some more new images from October 2012 in Palm Springs. Various cameras and films were used: Holga w/Polaroid Back and Polaroid Type 85 film, Speed Graphic and Polaroid Type 55 film, 35mm, medium […]

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One of the Most Surreal Images I’ve made

I just returned from my yearly festival for ARTnudes Network. One of the images I made there with the model Ella Rose is one of my most surreal to date. When pulling apart the Pos/Neg […]

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New55 FILM

I feel so happy (and lucky) to have been able to try out this film and be part of the very beginnings of bringing my way of working back to life. As I am sure […]

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Reworking an image from 2008

Sometimes I’ll sit and stare at an image for hours to see if there’s a cool crop waiting to happen, or if I’ve totally missed the mark just to be sure no one ever sees […]

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Thanks for collecting my work

It’s been a busy summer of print sales! Thanks everyone. This one is leaving the doors this week:   I also had a great shoot with Sara Liz a few weeks ago. We ran into […]

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Negative reflecting

  Polaroid Type 55 – distressed via light and dark and charcoal. and stuff.

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Polaroid Type 55 yum

A new image with Titania Lyn. Polaroid Type 55 and some natural light.

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Waiting for Summer

I miss the heat St. Merrique and I created this image in. Todos Santos, Mexico is a sleepy surfer town, art colony, pueblo magico. And the houses name was Casa Dracula. It worked. I just […]

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