In December of 2003 I saw a photo of people at a beach enjoying a campfire and each other’s company right as the sun was setting. The shot was framed by the suicide door opening of the brand new model called Honda Element. I was immediately captured by the photo. Then I found out it had an iPod hook up and polyurethane floor and that was it! Right then I had a connection with the Element and understood the power of photography.
Dan Keebler was looking for a simple headshot for his Linkedin profile. What started out as a straight forward photo shoot turned into a good conversation session and I captured his relaxed state of being. We shoot it in his old neighborhood Butcher’s Hill in Baltimore using available light for a warm natural feeling.