This beautiful set was shot by Despondent last month during an all-day photography playdate with Perrin Marie, Pranamachine, Despondent, and I. Prana brought a lamp that created a sun-like glow and a magnificent shadow on the cyc wall behind us. Perrin and I shimmied into some body stockings and flailed around, creating shadow puppets with the shapes of our bodies.
Just a typical Sunday afternoon at home with Despondent. Special thanks to our roommate for smashing food all over my face. For the rest of this silly messy shoot, check out my onlyfans.
We also shot some instax from this set, check 'em out below! Available for $7 apiece, or collect the whole set for $30. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested.
Here's a couple from one of my first collaborations with Dave Myles. We've worked together many times over the years so it was nice looking back at our early work together. You can see the rest of this set on my Onlyfans.
Despondent and I took this shot while in Mexico City earlier this year. This location was so beautiful and I was very inspired by the gentle organic cascade of ivy on these steps. You can see more images from this set on my Onlyfans!
This post is long overdue! This past September, I had the opportunity to model for an outstanding workshop hosted by Dakota Snow at an old denim factory near Rome, GA. I posed with Dakota and another outstanding model, Deyanna Denyse, and was able to work with many talented photographers. The space was incredible to shoot in and there was a great creative energy buzzing in the air. The factory was hot and dirty and it was a thoroughly exhausting day for everyone involved but I'm so happy with the work that we created together!
I know I've said it before but I so much enjoy seeing the results that come out of events like these. The moments that each photographer chooses to capture and the ways in which they compose and edit their images shapes the overall effect and narrative of the photos such that, although everyone is photographing the same models in the same locations, the photos that emerge are often quite distinct. I'm excited to share some of my favorite images from the event below.