As spring approaches I’m starting to think about all the things I love about the warm weather. Gardening, Hiking, and of course Pride always top my list. This image was taken at the 2008 Pride Parade on Colfax Ave. right across from the Capitol Building. This photo always brings a smile to my face. They […]
I created this image during a period of my life where I felt the gay community and the gay world was suffocating me. As much as I tried to be a part of it, the more it rejected me or held me back. This is something I struggle with often. I’m very much a community […]
As I continue this year, committed to posting one new image each day for 365 days, I would like to begin introducing other aspects of my work. I often use my photography as a starting place rather than an end. I merge the images into drawings, paintings and serigraph prints through a variety of techniques. […]
This back lit image was used originally for a lgbt art show at The Other Side Arts. For many years, I tried to give lgbt artists in the Denver area a venue to show their work. The goal was to engage the lgbt community in dialogue through art.
Here is another example of deconstructing masculinity. Finding the blurred line between masculine and feminine. I love the cool colors and extreme angle of this piece. The model is Damon and styled by Armando Guerra.
As I start to build up my fashion portfolio, I continue to go through my archive and find little treasures like this. I love the deep shadows of this piece
This photo was chosen, in part, by a random selection by Steve Rozic with the number 76 Studies of the male form have been a part of my work for a long time. This photo was taken during a small photo shoot with an ex of mine. I often use this type of image in […]
I’ve been hanging out with my friend Armando for the last couple of days. He’s been working in my studio on a painting for his Mom for Christmas. It made me think of all of the photo shoots we’ve done together. This one has always been on of my favorites. It’s part of a “macho […]
After a 22 hour car drive from Portland, all I can think of is sleep. I thought this piece communicted that well. Good night until tomorrow!
I often use my photography as a starting place rather than an end. I merge the images into drawings, paintings and serigraph prints through a variety of techniques. This serigraph print on paper measures approximately 16″x20″ and is part of my ongoing, Macho Sissy series. The work juxtaposes masculine and feminine imagery together representing the […]
Roy is a ballet dancer here in Denver. We did this shoot with Designer Armando Guerra. Armando designed this look which I ended up really loving. Armando never ceases to amaze me. I love being surrounded by such talented artists.