These past few weeks have been nuts in mostly a positive way. However, I have been remiss again in keeping my blog up to date. So, I wanted to share some great new faces (and a few recognizable old schoolers) that I have seen of late. It has been a mix of agency and Instagram finds. So, I decided to not list the agency of the model. And, let you, the viewer, decide who might be an agency model versus an Instagram model that everyone thinks is fun to make fun of or put down. We all start from some place. But,for my taste, just show up with a great skin, decent body and a great personality (agency or not). I love shooting portraits, clothed or unclothed/fashion or no fashion . . . just be nice.
I am closing out September with a cover feature in the current online issue of Vulkan Magazine. Check it out. It is nice send off from the Summer to Fall featuring the cool stylings of Carlton Jones and the chiseled face/body of Tres Wuerffel (Fusion Models).
I spent two days shooting two of the brightest new stars on the fashion scene. Both are with Fusion Models here in NYC. Both are fresh to the scene and stunning in beauty and personality.
Fashionably Male, a great purveyor of all things in men’s fashion, posted 32 portraits of both Miles Montierth and Tres Wuerffel. Here are a few outtakes. But, please visit to see more. A pretty cool post. Follow of these on Instagram too.
One of the funniest albeit sexiest men that I have ever shot: Cameron Keesling (Fusion Models/Specimen) from the documentary ‘The Unglamorous: The Naked Truth of Male Models’, has graced my lens with his unadulterated beauty. You really have to watch his feature in this documentary. It is MUST see tv. I had the opportunity to shoot him for some fashion portraits a few months ago. But, he also posed nude for my window series. There were several outstanding images needless to say. But, this was by far one of my favorites. To see more of Cameron and others, please visit my tumblr called That Window in Harlem.