James Huang


Indoor studio portraits of a friend, James Huang, at an Instameet I held via my project Artive.

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Brooke White


Having some fun while shooting portraits in the Raleigh Little Theatre Rose Garden in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Kim Thomas


Outdoor and indoor portraits for UNC graduate student, Kim Thomas.

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Taylor & Natalie Carden


While visiting friends and family in my home state of Alabama, one of my best friends, Taylor Carden, hit me up in need of photos for Christmas cards! Natalie, Taylor, and their dog “Copper” were great clients and we had a blast taking photos on Friday.

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Elthon Mendoza


Elthon contacted me in need of lifestyle-type photos for his social media sites and company website. Elthon is one of the co-owners of the Raleigh-based recording company known as Raleigh Recording Co. Aside from Raleigh Recording, Elthon writes pop/electronic dance music with a collaboration of people under the name Met Steps.

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John Black


John was in need of some promo/press shots for use in his promotional material and social media as a part of his career as a singer/songwriter . We met up in the Tobacco District of Downtown Durham and ended the shoot on a rooftop as the sun was setting.

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Matt Mohorn


Matt originally wanted me to get some photos of him rollerblading at the Durham Skate Park, but upon arriving we discovered that the park was closed for construction. Since it was 7:00 pm, AKA ‘Golden Hour’, we decided to head up to the top of a nearby parking deck to get some portraits.

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Katelyn Read


Katelyn Read is a folk-blues singer songwriter who embraces lyrics that stir up hope, attempt to define love, and speak of the joy of living. Katelyn came to me in need of photos for her upcoming EP release. I provided Katelyn with several ‘low-key’ style shots with dark negative space so she could overlay any text she wanted.

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Sirr Priest


One weekend last December I decided to take the train for the first time, because it was cheaper and also I’m always looking for a new adventure. While sitting in the lounge car around 9 hours into the ride I was looking out the window, admiring the scenery and then thought to myself, “I need to go get my camera.” I retrieved my Nikon and sat back down, and just as I did– I saw Sirr begin to unpack a bag full of tattoo equipment. So, I sat down in front of him and we started chatting.

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