Our skateboard shoot was an absolute blast! First, we visited the parking lot of https://www.theworkroomict.com/. Did you know that The Work Room features art from local artists? If you haven’t visited, you definitely should! We used the cool 1970’s van in the parking lot. It was in full sun at the time we visited, and that usually isn’t my thing, but I went for it, and I couldn’t love them more! In addition, the girls wanted to use the mural on the side of the building. They did such a great job dressing for the theme, and the makeup was phenomenal as usual. Our makeup artist, Drew Maule, did more of an edgy look. She used glitter, beads, and much more! The girls brought their skateboards and a RipStick. My favorite part was watching the girls have fun and hype each other up! Without a doubt, some of the shots of the girls flying around on the skateboards together are hilarious!
Next, we went downtown, did some street photos and went to a parking garage. Naturally, it was a blast!
I can assure you, no one was hurt in the making of these photos. Barely. However, Eleighny almost gave me heart failure when I turned around and saw her up here. Have I mentioned I’m scared of heights? Obviously, she isn’t!
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