Honey Run Waterfall in Howard, OH
Sunday, September 9th 2018
Couples Photo Editorial Sessions
Sunday, September 16th 2018.
Detroit in Studio Model Portfolio Builder
Saturday, September 29th 2018
model Katie Griffin
Just got the tear sheets back from our 8 page spread in Mancave PlaybabesMagazine that was just published today!
model Siarra Eckenboy
hair and makeup by Rachel Madison
photographer Sherman Orendorf
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MODEL Alexis Shears
Photographer Sherman Orendorf
Hello Spring.... Goodbye Winter
Spring has sprung!! It’s time for flowers, birds, and sunshine!! Time to finally break out those dresses, tiny sweaters and your favorite itty bitty shorts.
The blue floral maxi by Rumorless Threads features a front slit for that easy breezy feel. This is the perfect maxi for casual all the way to glamorous.
Grab your favorite tiny sweater, throw on a pair of shorts and you are ready to go from shopping with the girls to campfires on the beach.
You can’t go wrong in this crushed pink velvet mini. The velvet on this dress is unbelievable soft and the rose pink is the perfect color for spring.
published in Mancave Babes Magazine
model Shannon Jordan
photographer Sherman Orendorf
1. Let’s see...I was born at Lake of the Ozarks, but I graduated from high school just outside of Kansas City, so I tend to call KC my hometown. I have two brothers—one is a music minister and guitar player in Jefferson City, MO and the other is a middle school principal in Mexico City, Mexico, and he’s also a drummer. My parents were both teachers who later became Principals as well.
2. Music has always been a major part of my life. Many of my family members have made their careers from being professional musicians. I studied classical music in college and graduate school, but I’ve always been drawn to singing blues, jazz, country, folk—more popular styles.
3. When you’re a musician, you’re always moving—whether that’s touring or playing for different organizations where you’re moving from city to city. The life isn’t always conducive to keeping a relationship together or even attracting the type of person who really wants to put effort into building that lifelong bond. Turn That Key is very much my own personal response to today’s attitude towards transient relationships, especially in the music industry. I always think people should do what suits them personally, but I think I was just feeling like today’s complications in life were really preventing me from developing a true bond with someone else.
4. I’m really excited about this next single and video. Stylistically, it’s very different than Turn That Key as it’s more of a rock-influenced tune. It’s also a kind of commentary on the state of our current society and what we choose to collectively champion as a whole and what we choose to ignore. That one should be released in May of this year.