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Photography by Serena Davidson
A completely spontaneous photo shoot in collaboration with Brad Adkins. I brought my camera along to photograph what I thought might be another walk in the park. Instead he asked me to collaborate in a photoshoot with him. I wasn’t anticipating a portraiture session, and didn’t have along my usual tools for that kind of shoot – but I said yes in the spirit of artistic creation and community. Very different from my usual portrait sessions! He acted as director coaching the person in front of the camera. We chose a blank background together and there was no need for additional positioning or further beautification. While people usually hire me for the talent of portraying them in the most genuine and complimentary image – this shoot was all about capturing something non spectacular and very very simplified.