Photography by Rebecca Miller.
interesting decision to have that red light sticking out like that, i woulda hidden it behind her head but i keep looking at it maybe it works – not sure – i like the image though
yeah i’m with you jeff, would have framed her head more. weird that it’s not like that. all these photos are interesting in refreshing sort of ways. i like the big book with the butterflies haha
Outstanding work. The music photos on the site are really well done; the surreal surroundings work a treat, a cut above usual band photography.
On the contrary, I like the exposed bulb, it looks like she is balancing it on her head. I think the picture may lose it’s character if it was hidden.
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Favorite is the book used as a blanket in the second pic…extra style points for that one!
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