A photograph of a person or group of people that capture the personality of the subject by using effective lighting, backdrops, and poses.
Basically, it’s putting fully styled “looks” together for your customer to help them make purchase decisions. Lookbooks allow you to brand yourself with a complete outfit and scenario.
Images are usually meant to accompany text and can cover a wide range of subjects. Editorials are used to illustrate a story, article, text or an idea within the context of a magazine or to embellish a certain theme visually.
An event specializing in capturing pictures of events. How you define an “event” is entirely up to you. Some people would consider weddings, concerts, and sports as part of the event.
My photographs take a critical view of women's encouragement and social issues in the world. I've crafted my style to be a mixture of cinema and fine arts. My major influences come from photographers Annie Leibowitz and Peter Lindbergh. Having engaged subjects as diverse as the social movement, fashion, and cinema is my goal. My work reproduces familiar visual and aural signs, arranging them into new conceptually layered photographs. While I use a variety of photography techniques and processes in each project, my methodology is consistent. Although there may not always be a correlation between the different projects, they are linked by recurring formal concerns and through the subject matter. Each project often consists of multiple works, usually in a range of different media, grouped around specific themes and meanings. During research and production, new interest arises and leads to the next body of work. A creative expression of feelings is what motivates me to produce timeless photographs so that people can enjoy it.