Opening scene fades in, a quiet ghost town where the sounds of gusty hot winds live. All you see is a tumble weed breaking as it hits the ground rolling. Out of nowhere, a cowboy boot invades the scene and, in the far distance, a pistolero or gunslinger awaits to confront the rebellious anti-hero. I freaking enjoy the showdowns. No one is better than creating suspense in a western like Sergio Leone.
I have always been fascinated with the Wild West era of American History. The fashion, the culture and the ruggedness that existed back then. This is why I have always wanted to make a western-inspired photoshoot. Naturally, I finally did. But my series wasn't about gunslingers or any sort of wild west killers. No, this shoot was about a marks
man woman and a buffalo hunter. So there is no violence in my series. I just wanted to give a imagery of a story of a high class buffalo hunter and a markwoman who doesn't miss her mark.
Thanks Bitja & Capri who were ready to go back in time. Bitja took me by surprise when she went all out and wasted $50 in her outfit for her shoot. I was so happy with this shoot. I honestly could wait to process them all. Here are some of my favorites.
Crack of Thunder
Vapen & Ammunitions
Out of Nowhere
For The Love of Marks
Capri the Champ