Yesterday I did a photo shoot with a local woman for a book cover -- the storm, thankfully, didn't interfere with the photo. But I wanted to share this photo to further explain something that as a woman, a mother, a feminist and photographer, I value greatly.
When I put out a modeling call, we aren't looking for models in the sense of a particular height, weight, or physical attributes, etc. We look for the beauty in everyday people. Now, that doesn't mean plain or ordinary -- it means finding the individual beauty that each and everyone holds.
There is a remarkable beauty and power from a black and white portrait. The "noise" and "chaos" from colors are stripped away. And, what you are left with is seeing someone as they are, for who they are.
So, if you are looking to get involved in one of our modeling calls, keep up with us on facebook. We love working with local families, businesses and people.

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