Some folk may know that my “day job” is running my own private law practice on the Sixth Floor of downtown’s glorious Patterson Building. It’s during my “off” time that I work on my art (sometimes in a rented studio space on the second floor).
Increasingly, the lines blur. As my photography gains a little more local recognition, I end up having more discussions about photography with people I know because of my law office. It helps that I display the safer pieces of my work in my law office.
This recently lead to an opportunity for a number of firsts. My first shoot involving only males. My first shoot involving only clothed people (although one of the besuited men at the studio was Shoeless Jerry Not-Jackson).
And my first corporate shoot.