Jane Silver
Crystal is a Southern California artist. 
Crystal's website
(please note the pictures on her website are not mine. The pictures on this website are mine.)
Robert lives and works in NY city. His mosaics can be highly reflective so I sandwich two photographs with different light sources to bring out the reflected color. 
Judith Lindenberg
Launa Romoff
Crystal Michaelson 

some of my amazing clients

Claire Kosasky
Teri Dryden
Frank Ventrola
Joette Snyder
Judith is a Southern California artist. Both scale and three dimensionality are important to her. The first painting in this collection is 15 feet wide. Because of space limitations I shot it in four sections, assembling it later in Photoshop. 
Judith's website
All of the photos under the Series "recent works" are mine. 
Diane Dubin
Suki Kuss
Claire is a Southern California artist. Her watercolors need sensitive lighting so the whites stay white without desaturating the darker vibrant colors. 
Teri lives and works in Louisville, KY. Her work employs subtle darks and lights so the photographic challenge is to preserve the shadow AND the highlight details. 
Jane is a Southern California artist. Her work is mostly three dimensional which gives me the opportunity to use shadows in the lighting. And she has a great wall for mounting her work to shoot it. 
Launa is a Southern California artist. The photographic challenges encountered with her work is that it is mostly very shiny with an irregular surface so the trick is to keep specular highlights to a minimum while not allowing the work to appear flat. 
Launa's website


Robert Sherman
Joette is a Southern California artist. She does drawings with subtle shades of grey and white, which require careful lighting, exposure and post processing.
Joette's website
I took some of the photos on Joette's website.
Suki is a Southern California artist. The photographic challenge is to reproduce the subtle variations of white she uses. 
Frank is a Southern California artist. His colors are subtle and it is important to him that they are correct.
Diane is a Southern California artist working mostly in glass. It is highly reflective and she uses a lot of iridescence. I sandwich two or more photographs with different light sources to bring out the reflected and iridescent color.