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Fog dissipates quickly between best friends!

Sophie and Milena in my studio last week
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When I turn on the strobes in my studio, I can bring you back to the 17th century, and Sophie Dorosin had the perfect expression for such light.
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Broken.

A series with Caitlyn Slavich on the theme "Freak Show", published in Cynical Fashion Magazine.
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Shattered Dreams

From a series we shot back in March with +Caitlyn Slavich and that was published in Cynical Fashion Magazine
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A teenager's mood

A little help from the outside is often useful for clearing the skies when under a teenager's micro-climate

This was my submission for "Wind" in the Photography Scavenger Hunt.
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Poison

This was my entry for this past G+ Scavenger Hunt.

Convincing my son to take that green colored whipped cream in his mouth and drool it out was way more difficult than having him eat his broccoli for dinner. I guess I have a new parenting tool now: If you don't finish your plate, I will take a photograph!

Come take a look at the many other interpretations on the theme at https://goo.gl/jzqTW9
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The Journey

with +Olga Silina
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A story to follow

The road from the beach is winding through the forest along a path shared with a nearby river. Every hundred yards or so a bridge leads into the woods. This could be a Bay Area luxury home. Or it could be a gingerbread home. We will never know. But next time Hansel and Gretel get lost in that forest, instead of bread crumbs there will be a story to follow. And they have +Olga Silina to thank for that.
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Awake

...and searching for a better place to sleep!

with +Olga Silina
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Fish

Our kids love fish sticks. They were quite surprised when I showed them how they grow! Most kids will never get a chance to see that spectacle, because the sticks only come out late at night, way past children's bed time!
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