This collection is from 2012, a boudoir-esque shoot with the lovely Miss Danielle.
There is nothing I love more than when a client agrees to my crazy and at times wonderfully stupid ideas and has a certain comfort with their gender. I had the honour of creating some promotional images for tattoo artist Will Smink. He’s exceptionally talented with a specialty in portraiture and you need to see his portfolio! I’m very excited he’s going to be working on my next piece. A huge thank you to Aimee and Dave for letting us use their adorable kittens, Miss Danielle for her modelling assistance, Cynthia for her studio space and Christopher for his bed of nails. It’s been too long since I’ve had this much fun in a studio
I have my Etsy store up and running… finally (I think I can see the light at the end of the “to do” list tunnel). I’ll be offering prints of my photography, float /plaque mounts and prints of my original artwork. London, Ontario residents can pick-up prints to avoid pesky shipping costs. All plaque and float mounts are hand made at my place of employment, a wonderful small business where I listen to science pod casts, punk rock and play with power tools – New Image Mounting and Laminating. I’m still stocking the online store and will be frequently updating with new items, if there is anything specific you have in mind or have any special requests please email me @ email@example.com
Life is a series of chemical reactions.
Her handmade wedding gown, a new chapter in life and the means not to burn down a forest.
Rebecca is a talented designer and seamstress who works under her Nekro/Nekrotic Label and is local to the London area. Special thank you to my partner Christopher for assisting with his fire expertise.
I had a mini 2.5 hour road trip to Toronto to participate in the RAWartist Panorama showcase with my partner, Fire/sideshow performer Christopher Campbell. This was my first show in a very long time so my nerves were pretty wrecked, but it felt good to get back on the horse. I hope to do more of this kind of thing in the future, I remember some silly cliche about feeling uncomfortable and growing as a person.