Recently, I decided to get out of the studio and the valley for a few days. I took a model and a friend to explore the small town of Salida, Colorado where we shot in back alleys and coffee shops, and what an interesting place it was! The town is a mecca/confluence for not only rafters and bikers, but also artists of all types. A prominent creative vibe thrives throughout the entire downtown area where the streets are lined with art galleries, funky antique stores, and fabulous restaurants! If you go there be sure to grab a delicious coffee at The Brown Dog Coffee Co., and Cafe Dawn. Dinner at the Laughing Lady is also exquisite!Here are some of the photos :
While shooting some artwork for the Shelton Smith Art Galley, we found out about an awesome show he is having on July 5th. He is featuring the photography from the movie Lonesome Dove, (with Robert Duvall & Tommy Lee Jones). Photographer, Bill Wittliff will be there as well. Check it out from 4-7 pm, 227 Bridge St. in Vail!
I recently shot at a 960 acre ranch in Telluride, Colorado, capturing the restoration and history of this beautiful piece of land. Check out the link on our Behance Portfolio to see more:
Documenting the progress to restore a 960 acre ranch back to it’s natural state as well as restoring original cabins on the property.
Well, this shoot was a little different than the usual. We were at the Vail Symposium’s “SPIN” Ping Pong Event shooting for the Vail Valley Magazine and while we were able to shoot Susan Sarandon with the founder of SPIN and the amateur players, we had to wait a bit for the professional player to show. Boy, were we glad we did. He was full of life and ready to put on a show. This was the most fun I had shooting in a long time!
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Last week we traveled to Denver to photograph the Ritz Carlton Residences right in the heart of downtown. We loved seeing the “City” scenery as it was quite dramatic from every room we were in.