Thursday, July 29, 2010


Sorry this blog's been getting ignored lately... there's been a pretty steady stream of images going onto myTumblr because it's so simple to use, but then again, it's tough to comment on them there. It's always something. Anyway, if you're a Tumblr-umba person, why not go follow me there as well?

Been good, been busy, been trying to catch up on editing. August seems to be less crowded, although I always say that and *poof* it books right up. Hoping to do more experimenting in the weeks ahead... maybe you'll see some of the results here, for better or worse.

Friday, July 16, 2010


Nina D

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Strange Days

A Tuesday that feels like a Monday, after a holiday that also felt like a Monday.

A few odd things seem to have cropped up over the weekend as well... not in the mood to sort them out, but sort I must, if only to put them into the "eventually" stack or the circular file.

Here's another of Erin O from a few weeks ago... would be good to bring her back.

Looking at very light studio scheduling in July and August due to the record heat... but sometimes there's a break.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Carrie Leigh Nude on newsstands now

Well, the Spring issue of Carrie Leigh's NUDE Magazine finally turned up at my local Barnes & Noble store, although mail order copies have not yet arrived. For what it's worth, I've discussed the availability problems with the good folks at CLN, and while they've been fighting against complications from earthquakes and the BP Oil Disaster, they're keenly aware of the distribution problems and are taking steps to prevent the problem from occurring with the next issue.

Thanks to models Spilt Sugar, Ana Tevka, and Xaina whose photos the editors chose to include in the feature. Also, thanks to Beebs, whose shots were not chosen, but who was every bit as intrepid facing Detroit decay and freezing temperatures.

You can still order online for $13.95 postpaid and I'm assured you'll get yours soon. It's generally available at Barnes & Noble stores, either with the art, photography or gentlemen's magazines, and while it's out here, it may not be everywhere just yet.


Well, based on input from a few regular readers, and a couple apparent limitations with Tumblr, I'll probably keep the blog thing going here, at least for a while longer. May have solved the image uploading problem, but it sure would be nice if tools from the same company would play nicely with each other -- but what can you expect for free?

This is Katja Gee with Danielle from their recent visit to the studio... this was featured over on the Tumblr, but here it is here now.