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Rocker Girls

The rocker shoot was a blast! It consisted of me, Jamie, Erin, and Megan. Keegan was there as “manager.” Jordyn was unexpectedly called out of town, so she had to miss the main shoot.

We all were to come up with our own outfits, which ended up being interesting, but worked in the end. Mostly, we just danced around to “Baby Got Back.”

Working with a lot of people in a shoot is always challenging, but to do it with friends made it seem silly. I’m glad to have these photos, because I know I’ll look back on them someday and laugh.

Later, our rockin’ photographer, Scott Butner, added Jordyn to the band as a surprise. I’ll let the pictures speak for themsleves:

All photos are by Scott Butner.

Shoot with Scott Butner and Painted Chanteuse

Tuesday night I did a shoot with photographer Scott Butner and makeup artist Painted Chanteuse. The main focus was eyes. I had my bestie Jordyn tag along, she helped with humor and technical stuff— “Don’t stand like that.” :)

Between the three of them it was an awesome fun night.

Here are some of the favorites:

ALL photos: Scott Butner. Check him out!

And for professional makeup artistry, contact Painted Chanteuse!

Originality is a myth perpetrated by those who haven’t yet seen very much in this world….

Scott Butner

I could not have said it better. More on the psychological side of this later.

HEY!! Help me caption this photo (and help find homeless pets a home)! Here are the details: “This photo is for Pet Overpopulation Prevention (POPP) and is intended  to promote the adoption of “hard to adopt” pets. The basic idea is to  have nice portraits of people with these pets, with “Personal Ad” type  captions above the photo which… tease the viewer a little.  For example, “Likes to snuggle” or “Looking for love.”

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Photographer: Scott Butner
HEY!! Help me caption this photo (and help find homeless pets a home)! Here are the details:

“This photo is for Pet Overpopulation Prevention (POPP) and is intended to promote the adoption of “hard to adopt” pets. The basic idea is to have nice portraits of people with these pets, with “Personal Ad” type captions above the photo which tease the viewer a little. For example, “Likes to snuggle” or “Looking for love.”


Help me and POPP out and reblog this with your suggestion!

Photographer: Scott Butner