I'm writing to you today from a little bakery/cafe in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and let me tell you, I am a happy camper. This is the first place I've found since I was in Phoenix (over a week ago) that serves really great coffee.
Not only am I having great coffee, but I saw a moose today on a hike.
None of that has anything to do with the following images, but it does explain why halfway through July I am blogging my June self portraits. Since I've been in the American Outback I've had plenty of access to nature, but close to no access to internet.
So after much to-do, here are the best self portraits last month has to offer.
My creative and captivating friend Loretta is back at it. One of the most delightful people I've had the chance to encounter (let alone photograph).
I've been wanting to do something like this for a while... a more extensive behind the scenes for a self portrait shoot. I simply haven't entered the world of video. Today was the day.
The first thing I did when I woke up was (scroll through the internet for half an hour, but when I actually got out of bed) I threw on this shirt and made the following video.
What is so shocking about this is that I had no previous intention of making video behind the scenes. When my feet hit the floor I knew how I was spending my day.
Below are the finals from the little shoot above.