Tiffany recently visited my Alexandria, Virginia studio and sat for a portrait – I am always up for a collaborative portrait sitting, and Tiffany was a great subject to work with. Aside from bringing a great energy to the portrait sitting, Tiffany was a blast to talk to – it’s not often that I get to talk about music with sitters the way that Tiffany and I were able to. (A reminder – get on that new Tyler album.)
Andrew recently visited a temporary studio space of mine in Syracuse, New York, and sat for a portrait and long chat on art, family and adventure – all of the good stuff. Meeting and collaborating with Andrew was great and I look forward to collaborating with him in the future.
Francine, a superstar figure model and veteran of the retail music industry (RIP Tower Records), recently stopped by the studio in Alexandria for a portrait sitting. Francine and I had conflicting schedules for longer than I would like to admit and it was awesome – awesome! – to finally collaborate with her on a sitting.
Matt recently visited a temporary studio space of mine in Syracuse, New York, and sat for a portrait. Meeting and collaborating with Matt was a blast – we had a handful of interesting stories to share and the time flew by. I look forward to collaborating with Matt on future projects and appreciate his time.
Tom Damiano – singer of Syracuse’s Trail of Lies, bass player for Richmond’s Naysayer and slinger of the best stainless steel pour-over coffee filter that I have ever used – sat for a portrait in my mobile studio outside of the United Blood hardcore and punk festival in Richmond, Virginia. I have known Tom for years and it took little nagging to get him into the studio. Tom was busy during the fest – both of his bands played excellent sets. It was awesome to walk into the venue and see an old buddy positively ripping it up. Tom is…
Franz, bass player for Turnstile, recently sat for a portrait in my mobile studio outside of the United Blood hardcore and punk festival in Richmond, Virginia. I caught up with Franz early in the day prior to the festival ramping up and he was up for the collaboration. I am not sure if I told him how many times I have listened to the Move Thru Me EP in the past six months but I am sure that he would have been stoked. 🙂
Brian, an old friend of mine from Syracuse, New York, recently sat for a portrait in an impromptu studio and brought along his Odd Fellows gear – what a treat! I had a great time catching up with and collaborating with Brian and loved to hear of each item’s significance. I look forward to collaborating with Brian in the future.