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“Risk is the universe’s way of pushing us to become more than what we are. Risk is faith at the edge. Risk is the pulsating nature of life.” - Sarah Strohmeyer

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Came across this place called Diamond Point Overlook while waiting to rappel some cliffs off of Endless Wall Trail in New River Gorge, W.V. Four photos shot on Kodak Portra 400 and stitched in photoshop to create this panorama.

"The thought of a limit to perceptual space and time staggers the mind." - Muhammad Iqbal

3’ by 4’ acrylic on canvas

"The thought of a limit to perceptual space and time staggers the mind." - Muhammad Iqbal

3’ by 4’ acrylic on canvas

ANOTHER HIPSTER-ESQUE PHOTO TO POLLUTE THE INTERNET

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Another project for a studio photography project I have named “One With Nature” that explores the idea of being one with nature.
All of the photos in this set are self portraits and were shot with two strobes. The first is lit with a soft box on the right with a beauty dish on the left and the last two are lit with the soft box on the left and the beauty dish on the right. Another project for a studio photography project I have named “One With Nature” that explores the idea of being one with nature.
All of the photos in this set are self portraits and were shot with two strobes. The first is lit with a soft box on the right with a beauty dish on the left and the last two are lit with the soft box on the left and the beauty dish on the right. Another project for a studio photography project I have named “One With Nature” that explores the idea of being one with nature.
All of the photos in this set are self portraits and were shot with two strobes. The first is lit with a soft box on the right with a beauty dish on the left and the last two are lit with the soft box on the left and the beauty dish on the right.

Another project for a studio photography project I have named “One With Nature” that explores the idea of being one with nature.

All of the photos in this set are self portraits and were shot with two strobes. The first is lit with a soft box on the right with a beauty dish on the left and the last two are lit with the soft box on the left and the beauty dish on the right.

ROAD TRIPS ARE THE SHIT.

New River Gorge. West Virginia. I drew the words and the photo was shot on Kodak Portra 400 film.

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A little project for a studio class I have named “Tocix Cubicle” in which I tried to express my feelings (as a creative) towards working a routine 9-5 desk job. Model: Andrew Tinker. 
ROUTINE IS TOXIC (photo 1)
- Was lit from the lower using a strobe with a reflector attachment.
PAPER WORK IS TOXIC (photo 2) 
-  Was lit from about chest height from the right with a reflector attachment.
DESKWORK IS TOXIC (photo 3) was lit from the upper right with a reflector attachment.
 
—- All the smoke was created with a fog machine. A little project for a studio class I have named “Tocix Cubicle” in which I tried to express my feelings (as a creative) towards working a routine 9-5 desk job. Model: Andrew Tinker. 
ROUTINE IS TOXIC (photo 1)
- Was lit from the lower using a strobe with a reflector attachment.
PAPER WORK IS TOXIC (photo 2) 
-  Was lit from about chest height from the right with a reflector attachment.
DESKWORK IS TOXIC (photo 3) was lit from the upper right with a reflector attachment.
 
—- All the smoke was created with a fog machine. A little project for a studio class I have named “Tocix Cubicle” in which I tried to express my feelings (as a creative) towards working a routine 9-5 desk job. Model: Andrew Tinker. 
ROUTINE IS TOXIC (photo 1)
- Was lit from the lower using a strobe with a reflector attachment.
PAPER WORK IS TOXIC (photo 2) 
-  Was lit from about chest height from the right with a reflector attachment.
DESKWORK IS TOXIC (photo 3) was lit from the upper right with a reflector attachment.
 
—- All the smoke was created with a fog machine.

A little project for a studio class I have named “Tocix Cubicle” in which I tried to express my feelings (as a creative) towards working a routine 9-5 desk job. Model: Andrew Tinker. 

ROUTINE IS TOXIC (photo 1)

- Was lit from the lower using a strobe with a reflector attachment.

PAPER WORK IS TOXIC (photo 2) 

-  Was lit from about chest height from the right with a reflector attachment.

DESKWORK IS TOXIC (photo 3) was lit from the upper right with a reflector attachment.

 

—- All the smoke was created with a fog machine.

First project for a studio photography class..
1.) The first photo was shot with one light below her lighting up from below and one light lighting up the seamless from below. The puppet strings and her black eyes were then added in photoshop.
2.) The second photo is backlit with one hot light and the smoke was from an E-cig. 
3.) The third photo was lit with two lights one on the left that was positioned above her and one on the right beside her.
4.) The last photo is of me and I used two lights one on each side. The ski mask was made see-through on one side by taking two photos and masking them and the confetti was also done in photoshop.
Thanks Ian Allegrucci and Dom Cozza for letting me shoot photos of you! First project for a studio photography class..
1.) The first photo was shot with one light below her lighting up from below and one light lighting up the seamless from below. The puppet strings and her black eyes were then added in photoshop.
2.) The second photo is backlit with one hot light and the smoke was from an E-cig. 
3.) The third photo was lit with two lights one on the left that was positioned above her and one on the right beside her.
4.) The last photo is of me and I used two lights one on each side. The ski mask was made see-through on one side by taking two photos and masking them and the confetti was also done in photoshop.
Thanks Ian Allegrucci and Dom Cozza for letting me shoot photos of you! First project for a studio photography class..
1.) The first photo was shot with one light below her lighting up from below and one light lighting up the seamless from below. The puppet strings and her black eyes were then added in photoshop.
2.) The second photo is backlit with one hot light and the smoke was from an E-cig. 
3.) The third photo was lit with two lights one on the left that was positioned above her and one on the right beside her.
4.) The last photo is of me and I used two lights one on each side. The ski mask was made see-through on one side by taking two photos and masking them and the confetti was also done in photoshop.
Thanks Ian Allegrucci and Dom Cozza for letting me shoot photos of you! First project for a studio photography class..
1.) The first photo was shot with one light below her lighting up from below and one light lighting up the seamless from below. The puppet strings and her black eyes were then added in photoshop.
2.) The second photo is backlit with one hot light and the smoke was from an E-cig. 
3.) The third photo was lit with two lights one on the left that was positioned above her and one on the right beside her.
4.) The last photo is of me and I used two lights one on each side. The ski mask was made see-through on one side by taking two photos and masking them and the confetti was also done in photoshop.
Thanks Ian Allegrucci and Dom Cozza for letting me shoot photos of you!

First project for a studio photography class..

1.) The first photo was shot with one light below her lighting up from below and one light lighting up the seamless from below. The puppet strings and her black eyes were then added in photoshop.

2.) The second photo is backlit with one hot light and the smoke was from an E-cig. 

3.) The third photo was lit with two lights one on the left that was positioned above her and one on the right beside her.

4.) The last photo is of me and I used two lights one on each side. The ski mask was made see-through on one side by taking two photos and masking them and the confetti was also done in photoshop.

Thanks Ian Allegrucci and Dom Cozza for letting me shoot photos of you!

"Art is the only salvation from the horror of existence." - Unknown

Dom Cozza.

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“When you stand at the edge of the cliff, jump to fly, not to fall.” - Anonymous

Chris Bailey jumping off a 50 foot ledge hidden up in the trees. Shot from a kayak on Summersville Lake on Kodak Portra 400 film.

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