Of all the rules put out on the internet, Rule 63 is one of the favorites for photographers. Rule 63 is like an alternate world where male characters are female and female are male. Urban Dictionary defines it as;
“Rule 63 is a rule of the internet that reads as follows: “For any given male character, there is a female version of that character.” This rule’s exception is only in the instance that the character is already so androgynous that an alternate version would be basically the same.”
This isn’t like Batman and Batgirl, it’s more of Batwoman.
Here’s our Rule 63 take on the mystic Papa Legba, the loa, or spirit who serves as the intermediary between the loa and humanity. He stands at a spiritual crossroads and gives (or denies) permission to speak with the spirits of Guinee. He’s often seen as a trickster or some sort of devil, but traditionally he is the first spirit called upon in any voodoo ritual.
The second half of the amazing Blackheart Burlesque tour stop in Philly at the TLA.]]>
Had the chance to shoot the Suicide Girls’ Blackheart Burlesque in Philly last week.]]>
A shoot in the morgue of an insane asylum with Beth]]>
This is a shoot in the foyer of an insane asylum.]]>
The lovely Beth as Sgt. Rock]]>
Some of the people I encountered on my way to the press rooms.]]>
ONE OK ROCK brought their energetic show to the Rock on the Range stage, no wonder they were the most talked about up and coming bands at the show!]]>