Double Portrait

So apparently I didn’t think one subject was enough. I mean I never think so for video and this session was no different. When I decided to take on this project after seeing Jessie’s new hat, I knew that I wanted my skateboarding friend, Dulin Thayer, to play a part in it.

After observing the details, I took note of the arrow on the ramp and decided to have him along side of it and play with the surroundings.

Architecture Play

When it comes to photography, I am primarily an architecture photographer. Although I love working with people like I do in my films so portraits is also a passion of mine. In this set, I decided to mix the two with a friend named Mary and she had a blast alongside me.

Check out the results below!

Helpful People are Out There

In a world of new new new, it’s hard to find those who still have the heart of the old.

While shooting with the Actor, Gary Martin, my colleague and I came across a lady with a dog. The prime example of the “neighborhood friend” look that we were going for.

Left to Right: Kirk the reflector, Sandy the dog owner, and Gary the actor

Left to Right: Kirk the reflector, Sandy the dog owner, and Gary the actor


Big thanks to Sandy for being so nice!

The Story of Creationous, LLC.

Established January 9, 2017, Creationous was designed to create imagery for architecture that could sell by learning the techniques used by professionals around the world. Starting in Real Estate, Carson Gray Hardy honed in his skills for composition with the help of several years of graphic design. Thereon after, he created more than just a trust-worthy product image into a brand image which he had strayed away from. His extreme discipline for design couldn’t be held back anymore… He had to let his creative mind be set free.

Reaching out to individual contractors and businesses, he knew he could make their audiences trust them more than before. He then set out to design logos and eventually focused his time in photography into his true passion: vid·e·og·ra·phy. Since he was a kid, he had a fascination of movement in the world, which fueled the deep-learning in which he invested into cinematography: the art of making motion pictures. Just like in the movies, his work was intensive and his design discipline settled into a strong sense of moving the viewers’ eye exactly where was needed for the most effective results.

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