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Photography

Your Magazine — Editorial Photoshoots
September 2022, October 2022














 

The Debut Album:

This boy band-esque shoot was designed and directed by makeup artist Molly Howard for the December print issue of Your Magazine. As the photographer, I wanted to emphasize the colors and shapes of the models' wardrobe and physicality. I experimented with different camera angles as well as multi-colored light. Note: Photographs may be slightly desaturated as they were converted to a CMYK color profile for print purposes.

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The Drama of it All:

When putting together the theme for "The Drama of it All," I was inspired by feelings of epistemic loneliness. Specifically, the isolation and fear when you realize that you are alone in your own mind. The movie Black Swan also influenced the wardrobe and setting of the shoot. 

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Bellevue's Outlandia Music Festival in its Inaugural Year
August 2022

The two-day festival boasted a lineup of acts from across the country, including Wilco, The Breeders, Margo Price, The National and more. 

Omaha Girls Rock: Musicians With Ambition July 2022

While covering non-profit music organization Omaha Girls Rock for a podcast series, I snapped so photos of the campers in action. I spent a week with the 13-16-year-old campers this summer, learning what music means to them. Every camper learned an instrument, formed a band and wrote an original song to perform to a live audience in just five days.

Youth-Led Bands Become Regulars in Omaha Live Music Scene 
June 2022

For the pre-teen/teenage musicians of the bands UN-T.I.L. and Nothing Rhymes With Orange, the local gigs they've played citywide are just the beginning. With plans to record their original tracks later this year, both groups are finding their own sound and place in the local music community.

Journey Through
June 2022

"Journey Through" was a showcase featuring poetry, food, film and music created by people of color. Held at the Holy Family Community Center in downtown Omaha, artists and spectators filled the refurbished church for a night of art and storytelling.