I feel blessed to be able to meet and photograph so many wonderful people with Watermark! These individuals were photographed for Watermark’s Annual Singles Issue!
2020 was extremely challenging for everyone. While not much has change this first month of 2021, there is hope that some level of normalcy is on the horizon. Given major changes in your life and how hoping large gathering will hopefully make a comeback, what events does 2021 bring to you? Change of Employment Unfortunately,…
Bob has worked in finance for many years. After moving to St. Pete – he decided to get back into the workforce with fresh headshots. Who wouldn’t want to hire this awesome guy?
From the article ‘Tomorrow’s Leaders Today: 10 LGBTQ youth in Central Florida and Tampa Bay who are making a difference in their communities. Click HERE to see the article on Watermarkonline.com!
I had the delight to collaborate on provocative portraits of St. Petersburg fashion designer, Fidel Mora. Find out more about Fidel on his page: Here Which images do you prefer, Color or Black and White?
I met Jason through work. When it came to him launching his next book – he kindly reached out to me for some awesome in-studio headshots. I’m not sure if Jason is the most patriotic person I’ve ever met – but his website’s homepage does include the American flag. Check out Author, Poet, Cultural Critic…
This collection of portraits were taken for Watermark’s Most Remarkable Issue! Check out the article online here. Featured include Founder and Executive of Peer Support Space, Inc., Yasmin Flasterstein; Realtor and Environmental Advocate, Eric Rollings; Susan Gore, who works with the LGBTQ Resource Center of Gulfport. Miss International Queen 2019 Winner, Jazell Barbie Royal. TeenVogue. SCMP. and Artist and Advocate, Cole Foust!