I mostly work with models on a TFP basis as I prefer to work for the mutual benefit of both our portfolios, although I do occasionally pay; I also take on paying work, such as commissions and portfolio packages. I use model release for all my shoots, but I am also an honest person and if I was to be offered a substantial amount of money for a shot I would always contact the model and negotiate a new release contract to benefit us both. Also, I know some photographers who work from home do not allow or discourage the use of chaperones, this is not something I ever have done or ever will do, if I didn't feel comfortable with you bringing a chaperone in to my home I wouldn't be asking you to shoot in my home studio.
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I've been interested in photography for most of my adult life, I origionally started with 35mm film in my teens, but got my first digital SLR a few years ago. I am now persuing a career as professional photographer, although at the moment I'm still holding down a full time job, therefore I class myself as semi-pro. However, you will see from the standard of my photography, that I take high quality professional images.
I mainly took landscapes and portraits in the past, but have diversified into other areas, including glamour, fashion, artistic nudes, promotional and event photography. Some of my recent work can be seen on here. I am constantly looking for new ideas and locations to shoot and new models to work with; and have my own home studio. I see myself as a photographer who can work with both established models and those just starting out and always enjoy helping new models develop their portfolio.