Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Back (And Better Than Ever)

Kevin Weinstein Photography

What a whirlwind!  Over the course of the last month I have fallen off the face of the earth because I took a position as Studio Manager for Kevin Weinstein, owner of Kevin Weinstein Photography in Chicago, Il.  I packed my bags and shipped out within two weeks and have been replacing my Ohio roots with a lot Windy City seeds.

Kevin - (From his website: www.KevinWeinsteinPhotography.com)
"Kevin is dedicated to his art and takes immense pride in capturing your story through a lens.

His goal is singular: never go for cliches, but catch the split seconds in between. A notorious fly-on-the-wall (ask guests who accuse him of disappearing), Kevin will photograph your wedding using the most candid approach possible. The results? Moments suspended in time, stunning images, and elated clients.
Kevin graduated from the San Francisco Art Institute with a degree in photography and went on to earn a Master’s degree in photojournalism from the top photojournalism school in the country, the University of Missouri-Columbia. He spent 12 years in newspaper and magazine journalism. He has worked for the Sun (Bremerton, Washington), the Memphis Commercial Appeal, the Albuquerque Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Oakland Tribune, and the Sun in Illinois among others. Kevin has received numerous awards, scholarships, and project grants throughout his career including first place in the College Photographer of the Year Award in 1994. He started Kevin Weinstein Photography, Inc. in 2001 to challenge himself artistically.
Kevin effortlessly combines the worlds of photojournalism and artistic photography to create memorable images for his clients. For more information about Kevin Weinstein Photography, contact him via phone at 312-342-6562 or email: kevin@kevinweinstein.com."

This opportunity is sure to open many doors and I can only hope to learn, laugh, and grow into a better version of myself.  I still plan to work on my own as a designer and makeup artist.  I may have uprooted myself but Im nowhere near close to laying down my own camera.
Now that things are starting to make a little more sense (public transit, apartment living, public transit, street signs, where east and west are... public transit)  I will be hopping back on my own bandwagon and picking up right where I left off.  

Studio Panorama 1

Studio Panorama 2

Take the time to check out Kevin's site at www.KevinWeinsteinPhotography.com  He really is an incredible and unique artist and, from what I have seen so far, never ceases to deliver.

Take care!

<3 R

(The professional images used in this blog are property of 
Kevin Weinstein Photography and are NOT my images)

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