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I choose to align myself with models who are creative in their own right since the work I create is a truly collaborative effort. To the best of my ability I try to approach each... more
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about Cheshire Scott

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I choose to align myself with models who are creative in their own right since the work I create is a truly collaborative effort. To the best of my ability I try to approach each session without any preconceived ideas. I then, together with the model, create work that is borne spontaneously from ideas that emerge from us both as the session progresses. For my work a model’s look is far less important than her outlook. Her willingness to risk being exposed more than just physically, the ability to pose in ever more unique ways and the desire to evoke genuine emotion are essential to creating my photographs.

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  • I love how your images are a wonderful balance of nature and beauty. Your obvious talent and skilled use of lighting allow the canvas to come to life and speak to the viewer.. Excellent blend of harmony, beauty and grace.. thank you for sharing your obvious talent..

  • great portfolio// very professional!

  • Keep up the great work!

  • I can jive with the penchant for "out of the ordinary"...Nice figurative work... I could see some even more daring and bizarre photographic anomalous masterpieces as you continue.

  • Thank you so much David. I'll be uploading many more soon!

  • Hi Scott... It feels great seeing your images here. Earlier today I was describing them as, soft like charcoal figure studies.