Scotland 2008 is an overview of work created over seventeen days of roaming around the Scottish landscape with camera in hand, models nearby, and interesting points on the map highlighted. I worked with four models during the trip; Ingrid and Miranda during the first week, Victoria for a weekend in the middle, and Selina during the second. The final three days were dedicated to working with architecture.
For the trip, I took two cameras, a Nikon D300 and an IR converted Nikon D80, and four lenses, a 10-20mm, 35mm, 50mm and a 70-210mm. Each camera had 32gb of memory, and I also brought a laptop, and 50 DVDs and two 240gb external hard drives for back-ups. Over the 17 day trip, I made almost 10,000 images, and saved more than 100mb of files.
The photos presented in Scotland 2008 represent the full range of my work, focusing on the Nude in landscape, but also exploring architecture and landscape as a subject for my vision.