Capturing the beauty of the human form has been a pursuit of photographers since the medium was first invented in 1825. Fine art nudes began to be produced not long after by and for artists as the basis for paintings but then became recognized as art for their own sake.

 

My own figurative photographic work derives from the same desire to document models’ poses captured during life drawing sessions to be employed later as reference for paintings and further drawing refinement. I realized that these reference images could considered photographic art themselves and developed that concept further with other studio work intended to stand on its own.

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