Posts Tagged ‘actor portrait’
This was just a test-shot, another part of my ongoing project about uniforms. Fun, fast and easy-going photo session on-location in a basement We will obviously work on this theme though, I would like to have more action in the image of course.
Just quick ‘strobist’ info behind the image:
one 580ex2 blue-gelled behind him in the boiler room, 1/16;
another one 580ex2 gridded on his face, camera right, 1/16.
F8, 1/160 sec.
“Eric Jaeger is a recent transplant to NYC from Akron, OH via Pittsburgh.
Favorite credits include Contact, Romeo y Julieta, Michael Rupert’s Streets of America and the film In Northwood. Most recently, Eric was seen in Dixon Place/The Living Theater’s Salome! A Veiled Threat, puppeteering the infamous Muffy the Talking Vagina.”
Joseph is coming off the heels, so to speak, of playing Frank Furter in The Rocky Horror Show at the Cultural Arts Playhouse in Long Island. Regional credits include Hedwig in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Lumiere in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and Sir Walter Raleigh in The Lost Colony.
Directing credits: Prayer (2008 FringeNYC), Loot, Corpus Christi, Bent, and wouldn’t you know it, The Diary of Anne Frank. ”
“THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANKENSTEIN stars 3-time Glammy and HX Drag Queen of the Year nominee, Mimi Imfurst, and the legendary Lavinia Co-Op, with Joseph Beuerlein, Jessica Caplan, Geoffrey Borman, Eric Jaeger and Ryan Feyk as the head of Adolf Hitler.”
What can be better than to meet lovely autumn morning in Central Park? We started a headshot/portrait session at 7.30am with the actor Joseph Beuerlein when the sun was still behind skyscrapers. And we were watching as it goes upper and coloring the trees and waking up the park.
“Lavinia Co-op aka Vincent Meehan was Martha Graham and Ballet trained at L.S.C.D. in the U.K.
He has performed in New York since the 1980’s as a founding member of the legendary Bloolips, an all male, gay, English music hall drag theatre troupe. Bloolips shows include Lust in Space, Sticky Buns, Living Leg-ends and later Bland Motel, Get Hur and Island of Lost Shoes.
“Geoffrey Borman is a recent graduate of the Boston University School of Theatre. He also received training at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
Geoffrey has appeared in such shows as, Romeo and Juliet, The Country Wife, The Weavers, Playing for Time, Tartuffe, and A Series of Small Doors. He is excited to be a part of such a kooky project as The Diary of Anne Frankenstein.”
“This is Jessica Caplan‘s New York stage debut, having recently made the leap to New York after a six-year stint in Hong Kong.
She started performing in her native Montreal at the age of five. More recently, in Hong Kong, she co-founded theater company bigbox theatre, co-creating and performing in their original productions, including a poetry-based show that toured local and international schools. Hong Kong theater credits include Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire, Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, Janet in Rocky Horror Show, Josie in Godspell, The Queen in The King of Time, Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof and Laura in The Glass Menagerie. She also played the Fairy Queen and Mrs. Darling in ABA’s Pan-Asian tour of its original musical Peter Pan. In Hong Kong, Jessica was the voice of cartoons originating from Hong Kong, China, Japan and France.
Jessica is a graduate of McGill University’s Drama & Theatre Program, holds a degree in law from the University of Toronto and is a yoga teacher. She’s thrilled to be part of this exciting new production.”
THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANKENSTEIN stars 3-time Glammy and HX Drag Queen of the Year nominee, Mimi Imfurst, and the legendary Lavinia Co-Op, with Joseph Beuerlein, Jessica Caplan, Geoffrey Borman, Eric Jaeger and Ryan Feyk as the head of Adolf Hitler.
Here is another photo session for a model photography portfolio. I was mostly about to get some portrait with fashion-style lighting though
Besides Anthony was just great – I can recommend him as a model absolutely. He is ready to work, very professional and knows what to do…
done with just 2 bare Speedlites 580EX. Back light and spot light with homemade barns sometime.
I’ll update on the status of the project of course.
Here are the info and photographs from the series:
These images are part of the ‘Behind the Curtain’ series about Brighton Ballet Theater School of Russian Ballet.
Ballet is a fairy tale told in dances and music. Every concert shines and fills spectators with excitement and parents with pride. Kids dream and wait for each performance impatiently. And moreover they work extremely, unbelievably hard to get onto stage.
Mainly this series is about the spirit, self-discipline and power of dreams that help kids to go to the goal through all mistakes, physical pain and bitter of failures.