headshots.

Family & Lifestyle
February 23, 2017

i work on a television show called ‘new girl’.

these are my friends + their faces.

i took and shot these during my day at work since we were on location.

it’s fun to challenge myself and stay sharp.

the backdrops weren’t my favorite, mainly beige marble walls, doors that were really reflective + a courtyard in the back of this specific hotel we were at. i was pretty pleased with how creative we got. my favorites were taken in front of just a plain brown door with some glass windows.

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