markvelasquez:

Earlier this year Brooke Eva was brave enough to shoot with me in an abandoned, windy, rain-soaked warehouse east of LA. Walls were missing, we really had nothing to avoid the miserable conditions. Of course, she was still her fun, energetic self, jumping up and down and laughing at the absurdity of it all. Here is just the first sample.-This image and many more is included in the Special Edition NSFW Booklet I made from the first year of knowing Brooke. Order yours today!

markvelasquez:

Earlier this year Brooke Eva was brave enough to shoot with me in an abandoned, windy, rain-soaked warehouse east of LA. Walls were missing, we really had nothing to avoid the miserable conditions. Of course, she was still her fun, energetic self, jumping up and down and laughing at the absurdity of it all. Here is just the first sample.
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This image and many more is included in the Special Edition NSFW Booklet I made from the first year of knowing Brooke. Order yours today!

markvelasquez:

Kacie Marie on a Brooklyn rooftop. How could you not love this lady?
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You can still order our almost 100-page booklet featuring images that Kacie and I and have shot together since the day we met. These photos were taken from LA to NYC over the last five years and are some of the best works I have ever shot with anyone.Order yours today while they are still available!

 

markvelasquez:

Kacie Marie on a Brooklyn rooftop. How could you not love this lady?

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You can still order our almost 100-page booklet featuring images that Kacie and I and have shot together since the day we met. These photos were taken from LA to NYC over the last five years and are some of the best works I have ever shot with anyone.

Order yours today while they are still available!

 
markvelasquez:

Calm beneath the waves. -with @Miss_Kaciemarie. - - Order your copy of the book dedicated to my work with Kacie on the top of my Tumblr page.

markvelasquez:

Calm beneath the waves. -with @Miss_Kaciemarie.
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Order your copy of the book dedicated to my work with Kacie on the top of my Tumblr page.

brookeva:

In an effort to move out of our place by September I am offering deals on rates and personalized photo sets this month only.

AUGUST ONLY

-25% off my regular rate including nudity
-50% off my regular rate for PG
- 18x12 Print of any photo of me by Rick Rose, James Banasiak, Jeff Waters or…

The trick to not coming off as a pervert is to actually NOT BE a pervert.
For as long as I have taken photos of models (about ten years) guys have asked me how I convince prospective models that I am not a pervert. There is not simpler answer. (via markvelasquez)
markvelasquez:

Another rarely seen image now available in this special edition book!
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LIMITED EDITION KACIE MARIE BOOKLET- Only 29 copies left! I’m proud to finally announce the completion of my almost 100-page booklet featuring images that Kacie Marie and I and have shot together since the day we met. These photos were taken from LA to NYC over the last five years and are some of the best works I have ever shot with anyone.Order yours today while they are still available!

 

markvelasquez:

Another rarely seen image now available in this special edition book!

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LIMITED EDITION KACIE MARIE BOOKLET- Only 29 copies left!
 
I’m proud to finally announce the completion of my almost 100-page booklet featuring images that Kacie Marie and I and have shot together since the day we met. These photos were taken from LA to NYC over the last five years and are some of the best works I have ever shot with anyone.

Order yours today while they are still available!

 

jacsfishburne:

camdamage:

am very hesitant about posting this. but i can’t stop thinking about it. so here it goes:

this afternoon i had a shoot with a photographer named Artur Kowallick. i was excited to work with him, as his work is really lovely. he told me he wanted real emotion, a real person to photograph - not a…

Reblogging because this actually needs to get out as opposed to someone just flaking. Dude is a dick and I am straight out about to go knife him for this shit. But I don’t want to be deported. So I can’t.

markvelasquez:

A never-published image of Miss Kacie Marie the night we met in her South Philly home. Read about what happened that night and see more images from that night and the five years since in my almost 100-page booklet featuring images that I have exclusively shot of Kacie Marie!Order yours today while they are still available!

markvelasquez:

A never-published image of Miss Kacie Marie the night we met in her South Philly home. Read about what happened that night and see more images from that night and the five years since in my almost 100-page booklet featuring images that I have exclusively shot of Kacie Marie!

Order yours today while they are still available!

If you are a photographer in Berlin that has ever wanted to work with Cam and Jacs, now is your time! Contact them at their links below, thanks!

jacsfishburne:

camdamage:

Update;

It seems he’s flaking.

Note to photographers: this is a huge deal. When a model travels for work, especially when it’s across an ocean, it is extremely rude and unprofessional to just not show up at our agreed upon time/date with no word. Especially after I’ve sent countless confirmation…

This is unfortunately a bit of a big deal with everything going on in my life right now. If you are free to shoot in Berlin, contact Cam or I.

Our ultimate muse, Miss Kacie Marie, has been shooting with resident photographer Mark Velasquez for over five years across the country. Order this special edition book of their stories and images, there are only 50 being printed and 10 have already been sold. Order yours today!
markvelasquez:

LIMITED EDITION KACIE MARIE BOOKLETOnly 40 copies left! I’m proud to finally announce the completion of my almost 100-page booklet featuring images that Kacie Marie and I and have shot together since the day we met. These photos were taken from LA to NYC over the last five years and are some of the best works I have ever shot with anyone.Order yours today while they are still available!

Our ultimate muse, Miss Kacie Marie, has been shooting with resident photographer Mark Velasquez for over five years across the country. Order this special edition book of their stories and images, there are only 50 being printed and 10 have already been sold. Order yours today!

markvelasquez:

LIMITED EDITION KACIE MARIE BOOKLET
Only 40 copies left!
 
I’m proud to finally announce the completion of my almost 100-page booklet featuring images that Kacie Marie and I and have shot together since the day we met. These photos were taken from LA to NYC over the last five years and are some of the best works I have ever shot with anyone.

Order yours today while they are still available!

THERE ARE ONLY 41 LEFT! Or yours today before they are all gone!
markvelasquez:

LIMITED EDITION KACIE MARIE BOOKLETOnly 50 copies available!! I’m proud to finally announce the completion of my almost 100-page booklet featuring images that Kacie Marie and I and have shot together since the day we met. These photos were taken from LA to NYC over the last five years and are some of the best works I have ever shot with anyone.Order yours today while they are still available!

THERE ARE ONLY 41 LEFT! Or yours today before they are all gone!

markvelasquez:

LIMITED EDITION KACIE MARIE BOOKLET
Only 50 copies available!!
 
I’m proud to finally announce the completion of my almost 100-page booklet featuring images that Kacie Marie and I and have shot together since the day we met. These photos were taken from LA to NYC over the last five years and are some of the best works I have ever shot with anyone.

Order yours today while they are still available!

markvelasquez:

The Censorship Project came from a simple idea: if a woman’s natural form is so offensive to the corporate world, women might as well begin censoring themselves. Over the course of several months, women eagerly joined the project. By the end, I had taken portraits of one hundred women that represented a mix of races, careers, and political affiliations with ages ranging from 18-54. There were proud virgins, a set of twins, a grandma, dozens of mothers, and even a woman who was nine-months pregnant.I find that now is an even more relevant time to republish the series in it’s entirety. Over the next week or so I’ll be posting them all here to my Tumblr to remind myself that nothing has changed.

markvelasquez:

The Censorship Project came from a simple idea: if a woman’s natural form is so offensive to the corporate world, women might as well begin censoring themselves. Over the course of several months, women eagerly joined the project. By the end, I had taken portraits of one hundred women that represented a mix of races, careers, and political affiliations with ages ranging from 18-54. There were proud virgins, a set of twins, a grandma, dozens of mothers, and even a woman who was nine-months pregnant.

I find that now is an even more relevant time to republish the series in it’s entirety. Over the next week or so I’ll be posting them all here to my Tumblr to remind myself that nothing has changed.

PLEASE HELP AND DONATE TODAY!!

selinamayer:

Last few days of my road trip fundraiser. If you were thinking of donating something, now’s the time to do it. All funds raise go into buying film or towards model fees during my trip.

This is also a chance to preorder some of the cool stuff I’ll be making with the results of this trip, including prints, a zine and a book of the photos I’m planning to produce. So do please take a look and donate if you can!

freshiejuice:

There so much I wanna say.
Rick Ochoa was a 41 year old artist in NYC, he was an amazing photographer and even better friend. He showed kindness and generosity to anyone whose path crossed his. His death has effected so many people. 
I first worked with Rick almost 4 years ago, I was still fairly green to modeling but I guess he saw something. Our first shoot I would honestly say was more a miss then a hit, but that was mostly my fault. In the beginning I thought I needed to be what other people wanted me to be.
After alot of inward contemplation I looked at Ricks work again with more desertion and thought about how his work reflected him.
I told Rick what I thought about his work, If you knew him, you knew Rick was a spaz, he had a million thoughts a minute and had a hard time resting on a single thing and his job was hectic and stressful (although he loved it)
Ricks work was this: He capture, this quiet gentle moments, he was drawn to women who had a mystery to them. Beguiling in nature. My favorite work of his was the wisps of hair, the gentle focus. He captured the gentleness, the beauty that everyone possessed. He could find the beauty in everyone. I think he found his peaceful moments through being a photographer, I think he emulated the quiet peace he wanted in his life, as apposed to the chaos that his mind often was, not in the sense that he was troubled, but in the sense that I think he had so much more to tell us and share with us, but finding the right way was hard.
Rick hugged me tightly after I told him what I thought of his work, “It’s the nicest thing anyones every said about my work”
Rick was nothing short of spectacular and the loss of him not only is a loss to the community but to his friends and family.
Anyone who had the chance to work with Rick or even just to talk to him, my heart goes out to you.
This hurts so much and I can’t stop thinking about all the time I spent with him, all the laughs, the food, the whiskey. Wishing I had more time with but so happy I got what I did.
please go enjoy his amazing work
Celebrate his memory by doing the things you love to do.
http://transientrandom.tumblr.com/
"All we have is time and then it’s gone"
I fucking miss you dude.

freshiejuice:

There so much I wanna say.

Rick Ochoa was a 41 year old artist in NYC, he was an amazing photographer and even better friend. He showed kindness and generosity to anyone whose path crossed his. His death has effected so many people. 

I first worked with Rick almost 4 years ago, I was still fairly green to modeling but I guess he saw something. Our first shoot I would honestly say was more a miss then a hit, but that was mostly my fault. In the beginning I thought I needed to be what other people wanted me to be.

After alot of inward contemplation I looked at Ricks work again with more desertion and thought about how his work reflected him.

I told Rick what I thought about his work, If you knew him, you knew Rick was a spaz, he had a million thoughts a minute and had a hard time resting on a single thing and his job was hectic and stressful (although he loved it)

Ricks work was this: He capture, this quiet gentle moments, he was drawn to women who had a mystery to them. Beguiling in nature. My favorite work of his was the wisps of hair, the gentle focus. He captured the gentleness, the beauty that everyone possessed. He could find the beauty in everyone. I think he found his peaceful moments through being a photographer, I think he emulated the quiet peace he wanted in his life, as apposed to the chaos that his mind often was, not in the sense that he was troubled, but in the sense that I think he had so much more to tell us and share with us, but finding the right way was hard.

Rick hugged me tightly after I told him what I thought of his work, “It’s the nicest thing anyones every said about my work”

Rick was nothing short of spectacular and the loss of him not only is a loss to the community but to his friends and family.

Anyone who had the chance to work with Rick or even just to talk to him, my heart goes out to you.

This hurts so much and I can’t stop thinking about all the time I spent with him, all the laughs, the food, the whiskey. Wishing I had more time with but so happy I got what I did.

please go enjoy his amazing work

Celebrate his memory by doing the things you love to do.

http://transientrandom.tumblr.com/

"All we have is time and then it’s gone"

I fucking miss you dude.

therealchipwillis:

tanyadakin:

I liked him immediately.

Rick Ochoa was the most talented, generous,sweet and kind person to leave my circle of friends way too soon. His work of the female form was simply beautiful, he knew how to portray a lady in her most intimate moments and in a very quiet way. There was way too much to accomplish and too little time. We almost made plans to go to Paris this spring, I would have never guessed that we would be saying good bye so soon. this is one of the saddest sudden loses to our art community.

his work can be seen among his music and humor interest here

http://transientrandom.tumblr.com/

Love you Rick O.

These make me smile so much! God, this sucks so much.