Commissioned Work for NFocus Magazine. This fashion editorial featured styles from local boutique, Work The Metal. When working with Gunnar I am always given certain parameters but always allowed the freedom to play. For this concept is was the color scheme of black red and white. I used the flash palette from MakeUp Forever for the color on her face. When the focus needs to be the wardrobe the makeup should compliment the style instead of overshadowing it.
Photographer| Steve Squall Stylist & Creative Designer| Gunnar Deatherage Model| Margarita Karizskaja Designs| Work the Metal
Commissioned work with The Voice of Louisville and their Bridal Edition. For this entire set of photos, the makeup stayed the same so I wanted it to be something that a lot of brides would relate to. Using shades of brown and rose I created a subtle smokey eye that wears well all day.
Photographer| Clay Cook Photography Assistants| Hunter Zieske and Chelsea Marrin and Louis Tinsley Creative Director & Stylist| Alex Hepfinger Hair| Drybar Makeup| Myself Retoucher| Jordan Hartley
Commissioned work with NFocus Magazine spotlighting fashion for The Kentucky Derby
Commisioned work with The Voice-Tribune for Merkley Kendrick Jewelers. With male grooming, the "less is more" attitude is the most effective. I covered any blemishes with a concealer and did a fine layer of translucent over his entire face to combat any extra shine.
Photographer| Clay Cook Creative Design| Lori Kommor Styling| Nadia London Hair| Matthew Tyldesley Makeup| Myself
A collection of images by different photographers while working with Model, Laura Kirkpatrick
Photographers (in order from top to bottom) Clay Cook (thumbnail and X1) Josh Eskridge (x4) Jacob Roberts (x2)
creative work in Louisville, Ky with photographer, Jacob Roberts and Model, Chelsea Coury. Gunnar Deatherage was the stylist as well as hairstylist.
Chelsea has such great lips and I wanted to pull some attention to them by using a deeper color. Her freckles are also a great feature of hers so I went wit little to no foundation to keep their integrity. A very minimalist look but to me these are a few of my favorite images in my portfolio.
Commisioned fashion work for NFocus Magazine. This editorial was titled "Effulgence" and featured styles from Sassy Fox, an upscale Consignment store in Louisville.
Photographer| Jacob Roberts Photography Assistants| Hayley Hall and Jonathan Shields Model| Mariah McCrocklin Stylist & reative Director| Gunnar Deatherage Hair| Dylan Kremer Makeup| Myself
Commisioned work with Churchill Downs Magazine to showcase and forecast fashion trends of The Kentucky Derby
Photographer| Clay Cook Creative Director & Stylist| Gunnar Deatherage Model| Clare O'Shea Hair| Carrie Ann Smith (MADE Blowdry Boutique) Makeup| Myself Retoucher| Jordan Hartley
commissioned work wit The Voice of Louisville. This was the summer fashion editorial shot at Kentucky Kingdom and showcasing Ana in the summers trends
Photographer|Clay Cook Photography Assistants| Hunter Zieske, Chelsea Marrin and Louis Tinsley Cinemetography| Blake McGrew Stylist & Creative Director| Gunnar Deatherage Style Assistant| Alex Hepfinger Model| Ana Rhodas Hair| Matthew Tyldesley Makeup| Myself
Commisioned work with The Voice of Louisville. This project, tited "A Sip of Summer" was a mixture between local fashion and the service industry. It forecasted upcoming trends while showcasing different types of drinks that a local bar, The Taj, were featuring as their summer inspired creations.
Photographer| Hunter Zieske Model & Bartender| Cassandra Mastropaolo Stylist and Creative Director| Gunnar Deatherage Makeup| myself
Bethany by Hunter
A collection of work that Hunter Zieske, my biggest motivator and inspiration, and I collaborated on. Hunter has taken almost every single one of my favorite photos as an editorial artist
A creative set with dancer and model, Alexis Lily and Photographer Clay Cook. This was shot in Louisville Kentucky.
The parachute pants were designed by Gunnar Deatherage
Hair, Makeup & Styling was provided by myself We went through a progression of lip color changes for each different image. Starting with the nude and ending with the crisp white. The main inspiration was skin that was insanely reflective and full of life.