For the second year in a row I’ve had the tremendous privilege of capturing portraits and headshots of students from the Music Institute of Chicago.
On a recent trip through Columbus, Ohio I had the opportunity to spend some session time with Evan, who was in need of some new head shots!
Excited to share some of these headshots (and a portrait or two) that we took of Ray, an actor and illustrator in Cleveland.
It was fantastic to work with countertenor Thomas Aláan the other day!
I had the chance to get these images of Jenny back in April. Jenny’s an actor and all-around theatre artist and, if what the grapevine tells me is true, an incredible talent on the stage.
The last week (plus change) has seen several visits to the studio, and since the weather in Chicago is just starting to feel vaguely hospitable again, we even started going outside for a few shots. We kept the tone a little bit blue, though because – let’s be honest – Chicago has a long way to go still before I forgive it for this winter.
I’ve had the great pleasure in recent months of capturing portraits and headshots for students at the Music Institute of Chicago, based out of Evanston, Illinois. These kids are bona fide rock stars, and it’s been amazing to have them in the studio, to get them in front of the camera, and to hear them play. Here’s a handful.
Summer’s been rife with events shooting, but I’ve been lucky enough to squeeze in some headshot sessions here and there.
August, you guys, and I haven’t posted here since… April, it looks like? Part of that, yes, was plain old garden variety negligence. The other part, though, was a busy darned summer. Busy enough that to write posts for everything was… hard. So, you get everything in digest form, and maybe then I can call myself Up to Speed.
Had some time over the weekend to start playing with a new look for headshots. A departure from the old style (which I still like, incidentally), but I think this one could grow on me fast. Tremendous thanks to Ben and Lucy for their help on this! Always good to have friends lend you their faces.