It's been about a month and a half since I started working in the equipment cage at the Art Institute and I have come up with so many ideas for shoots but I can't seem to find models. I do have one girl who is a friend of mine that will pose for this really great idea I had with an old house. Yeah, it was around Halloween when it hit me. Unfortuately, the weather has taken a turn for the worse and I don't know that she will want to shoot until the spring. I don't care if it's raining cats and dogs, I'll shoot under any condition but there is no reason for her to freeze her tucus off. She said that she would be willing but it's gotten colder out since she said that. I hate winter, oh how I hate winter.
I have another shoot set up for Dec. 3rd with the owner of Steel City Bar & Grill. She's a very beautiful and very tall (has to be at least six foot.) woman. Not only do I get the honor of being able to photograph Angel, I get the bonus of a really great room to shoot in. They've recently remodeled the upstairs portion of the bar and it consists of three large picture windows complimented by crushed red velvet drapes. The panes and the floor are all hardwood. The adjacent wall is brick and, oposite that, is a white sheet rock wall. It doesn't even look like a bar. I'm really excited for this!
Listening to: Colm III (80's stuff.)
Reading: "On the Road" Jack Kerouac