This summer I had the opportunity to photograph a rehearsal for the Harmony, Hope and Healing Choir at the St. Martin de Porres House of Hope in Chicago’s Woodlawn neighborhood. The choir offers a therapeutic music program and spiritual healing to homeless and underserved women dealing with the effects of poverty, domestic violence, substance abuse and the […]
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I was really excited when I got the assignment to photograph Ronald Novotny in his Morton Grove home. Novotny, a retired factory worker, collects golf balls from courses in the Chicago suburbs and has thousands of them throughout his home which he later sells. He started collecting in 1952 with his father and has kept […]
I recently did a shoot for the Chicago band Black Math. It was really fun and they wanted to mimic some old Siouxsie & The Banshees records with really high contrast lighting and nearly blown out highlights. I haven’t finished editing the shoot but I stumbled upon some fun outtakes.
Today I finally got around to go and see local Evanston artist Robert Zatelli, also known as Evanston Bob. I’ve been wanting to start a project with him for awhile now and was happy to see him at a local coffee shop. Although Bob has been homeless for 6 years, he is one of the […]