03 Oct Woodstock New York Promotional Photography | Tracy Bonham
Rocktober Continues with Tracy Bonham. Through a recommendation, thank you Kevin, Tracy called me for session, she needed some new images to use for various upcoming things. Which by the way if you don’t know about, go check out her website and find out, or if you already know her but wanna see how her new album is coming along and want to help get it fully funded go to Pledge Music . So first of all it was super cool to get a call from Tracy, she is a great musical artist and I love collaborating with other artists as it elevates my work to new level. I asked what she had in mind for her photographs, she replied that she had seen some portraits that I had done for my 60/60 project that she liked, the look of daylight lit portraiture, no pretense, environmental. We were to meet at her music room/studio and use it as a background. She was running a few minutes late so she calls and tells me to go on in. Wow, immediately I noticed what a cool vibe the room has, funky vintage instruments on the backwall an old rescued piano below them, the place looked liked it was just waiting for a group of musicians to come in a make some magic. Well after the prerequisite guitar snooping, I got to work. Now Im looking at the space like a photographer and figuring out what I could get accomplished and what kind of variety could I pull from the room. Shortly after Tracy came in and after a little talking we started. Tracy handled being in front of the camera like a pro, obviously having done this before. Taking direction well and being quite open to trying different things, we worked for a little over an hour or so, and I came away with some really nice images. She has, as of today, only 59 days left on her Pledge Music campaign, go support it and check her out when she plays live. Thanks Tracy, hope you like your images as much as I do.