Alternative, Beauty, Erotic, Fetish, Landscape, Lifestyle, Portrait and Promotional
I am primarily a film maker hobbiest/artist, but I also create digital art. I have set up a studio at home, after having to give up a rented space due to cost (though I can also shoot on location); like I say I am a hobbiest and artist and so do not make much money from this. I sell video loops at http://[url removed] [link removed] and am also a contributer at shutterstock. I am prepared to pay models for shoots, but have limited time to do this (working 3 jobs). I would be interested in meeting models that would like to feature in Green Screen videos, in order to make video loops and the associated stills that would also be produced. I have completed a number of film commissions over the years, for music videos; but I am currently having a hiatus from this to concentrate on my own work. Here is a link to a play list of some of my videos; https://[url removed] [link removed] and a link to a short film; https://[url removed] [link removed]
I completed a short photography course at Arts University Bournemouth. I have lots of expereinece with photoshop and Final Cut X. A lot of my stuff is quite quirky, but I like it that way. I also use different animation techniques, but I love to work with a subject and combine this as demonstrated in the film above (the big death scene). Here is a link to my website; http://[url removed][link removed] I have a broad taste in what I feel is beauty, but in terms of photographic subject I think that I veer towards the dark, alternative and gothic. I would certainly be interested in hearing from models who are also musical, as I am very much influenced by music in my work having mainly concentrated on music videos over the past few years. I want to take photography in to the realm of dreams, through compositing green screen shoots. I want to show the darkness of reality, though shooting on location in unorthodox settings. But what I really want above all is to create images of beauty, however beauty can very much be in the eye of the beholder.
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