As many of you know, this past year has been focused heavily on education. With photography workshops taking place all over the United States, and an upcoming tutorial series with a comprehensive breakdown of my entire workflow. However, I’m not done yet, and am excited to announce my photography workshops tour.
More often than not, you see a lot of my headshot photography done for local Albuquerque actors and actresses. This is because the film industry in Albuquerque is booming, and I’m always happy to help Albuquerque actors get the best possible headshot to help their career.
As many of you know, over the last year, I’ve been teaching photography workshops in Albuquerque as well as all over the world. The response I’ve gotten from these photography workshops has been incredible, and have had the pleasure of teaching dozens of students from all over the United States,
Recently, I traveled back to Kalamazoo Michigan to teach a photography workshop. But that wasn’t the only thing I was in town for. One of the other many reasons was to take some engagement photos of some friends of mine,
Recently, I had the opportunity to work with up and coming Albuquerque actor Clay Space for an actor headshot session. Clay recently decided to become and Albuquerque actor and has already found some pretty big successes in the acting industry.
When I moved to Albuquerque two years ago, and officially became an Albuquerque photographer, I was braced with plenty of struggles. I had been working as a commercial, portrait and headshot photographer in Michigan, but I had absolutely no contacts in Albuquerque.
As you may remember from my post on it a couple months ago, I was approached by RGG EDU to produce an giant tutorial series showing off exactly how I work as a photographer to help educate others all over the world.
If you’ve heard the name Tommy Truex before, it might be because this is the second time I’ve taken his photograph, and featured him on my website. Tommy came back to get some updated headshots from me because he had gained about 60 pounds since his last headshot photography session here in Albuquerque.
As some of you may know, I have been out of Albuquerque, NM this last week or so because I went to Kalamazoo, MI to host a photography workshop on lighting. I’ve taught this workshop before, and have had a huge out pour of people all over the United States asking if I’ll come to their city/state to teach this workshop.
As many of you may know, aside from photography in Albuquerque, I have a passion in education. I host workshops all over the United States, and even have one coming up in Michigan which sold out in record time.