Completely forgot to share these. The day after Strikeforce: Nashville held the LA media workout, we continued the Showtime crew’s feature shoot for the broadcast with greenscreen on the CBS studio lot. Between setups, I shot new studio work of the fighters in the main events, and ridiculous number of photos of Aoki since I [...]
Our talented friend, Daniel Herbertson, a fantastic photographer living in Japan and shooting all manner of martial arts (as well as practising them), recently updated his website. There’s some really great new shots. There’s no permalinks but check out #09 in Street Fashion. I follow The Sartorialist and a couple other fashion photo blogs, I [...]
While I’m not a journalist, and it’s probably impossible for me to be impartial because I shoot for Strikeforce, I do read all the MMA news blogs and try to keep up with the whole world of MMA. Over the last few weeks there’s been loads of bad reports, false sources, and a lot of mean-spirited opinion. And it’s getting to be too much for me. I had to step back and ignore all the opinion and try to find the actual news. Strikeforce is the second promotion I’ve worked for — the first being EliteXC (in a series of roles, it’s a very long story), and working with fighters face to face really changes the way you “report” on them.
Recently while shamelessly plugging my posts on the Sherdog forums, I came across a user who felt the need to tell me I couldn’t cut it as a model, and therefore became a photographer. Stupid me, I actually responded and defended myself but looking back, I didn’t need to say a thing because why should [...]