Viking and Wolfhounds! A Hiberno-Norse themed photoshoot in Moscow with Irish Wolfhounds from kennel “ИЗ ВОЛШЕБНОГО ЛЕСА”, (“From the Magic Forest”), http://www.irishwolfhound.ru/ . Viking reenactor Anthony Arndt models.
I was featured on the Photoshelter blog today! (They provide websites for photographers with print on demand and stock sales built in.) One of my photos from Istanbul in 2010 Continue Reading →
Gorodets 2013, Viking period reenactment battle. I love how the guy with the horse hair on his helm looks so perfectly at ease in the midst of all that steel!
Snæfellsnes, Iceland: “Close to the Light”. Really wishing I could have spent more time in Iceland! via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151806957953762&set=a.53424678761.61983.719783761&type=1
Just loved the colors and textures on it! Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By Daniel Treadwell.
I just got home from shooting over 3,000 photos at the third Times and Epochs festival, and I just love this photo so I’m posting it event though I’ve got Continue Reading →
Some Moscow friends are doing Viking-themed entertainment evenings (“Поход Харальда” or “Event Herald” is the name of the group) and I’ve been doing a side of “your photo with a Viking!” Continue Reading →
The Republic of San Marino is a lovely little microstate near Rimini, Italy. Feeling the need to get away from another endless Moscow winter, my husband and I ran off to Continue Reading →
Here’s the best pics from the January open studio day. Not many models but we had a lot of fun and will probably do another at the end of February. Continue Reading →
At the end of September, I hosted a photoshoot in my kitchen studio for the Runejar reenactment club. Having 15 people in my studio flat, plus shields, axes, and armor, Continue Reading →
Basically just messing around with some travel pictures from the summer school I worked at in Turkey – we did an excursion to this wonderful marble canyon. The walls were Continue Reading →
Stony shores of Långvik bay near Helsinki[/caption]Just returned from a ten day trip to Finland with the family of one of my English students. We spent a good bit of Continue Reading →