Juliet Loranger is a self-described modern day rock-n-roll woman. “I teach Yoga because I practice Yoga. Also because it is a transformative process and I believe everyone should somehow keep connected with the process of transformation.” @julietflamethrower
My notes in preparation for this photoshoot included: rock out / get sweaty / take risks / depth / experience / artist / woman / yoga practitioner. We photographed on location at Yoga on Union in New Bedford and Mass Audubon’s Stone Barn where Juliet teaches summer yoga classes and retreats.
Hannah is a fine artist and a photographer. For her portraits she wanted something a little bohemian, adventurous, and nature-inspired.
Hannah’s dress is by Free People, and we made these photographs in and around the Walden Woods of Massachusetts. I shot on a Canon 5d Mark III with 50mm L and a 100mm L lenses. These photos were post-processed in Lightroom with VSCO Film 06.
I’m nearing the end of one journey and about to embark on another. A self-portrait in the photographer’s studio of myself in my 37th week of pregnancy.
Risa is an artist and an educator. We shot this series of portraits in and around her Boston home. I’ve known Risa for a few years now, she has a young heart, but an old soul. It shines through in these portraits of her, for use in her online portfolio and for conference speaking engagements, not to mention just to have as a document of this time in her life.
Some clients think a photographer’s studio is the best place for a portrait or a headshot, but I much prefer portraits of individuals in their natural habitat. It adds visual interest and let’s people show a side of themselves that is hard to capture in an artificial environment.
Rachel is the founder of Kind Eye, an amazing online resource for safe, natural and nontoxic makeup. I photographed Rachel in her light filled Boston home on a cold winter morning. She’ll be using her photos to build her online identity, on her website as well as blogs and social media sites.