Category Archives: Commercial

FW Sings for Haiti

When my friend Cliff asked if I wanted to be a part of “Fort Worth Sings for Haiti,” I was so pumped!  This concert was put on to raise money for the Haitian earthquake and devastation… for the victims, for the families who are still homeless and injured, for those who are STILL in need.  […]

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Fresh Press

Cassie Kruemke, a graphic designer who you will remember from this post.  She has joined up with local company Cockrell Printing to create a lovely paper goods company: FreshPress.  They hired me for images of  invitations, announcements, stationary and labels for their website. Well, has just launched and I can finally share these images!!!  Cassie […]

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Jennifer K. I saw this post awhile ago and loved it! I just saw that the pioneer woman posted about fresh press today!June 15, 2010 – 12:55 pm

Goldwaves Salon

I met Brooke at a “Net7” networking luncheon.  She is spunky, fun, and called me just days after meeting her.  She told me that their salon was entering an Oribe competition and they needed a photographer.  Each of the stylists had to replicate an Italian Vogue cover on their personal model with their hair, make-up, […]

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And the Winner Is… » Arden Prucha Photography […] won 1st place in a stylist competition for Oribe Hair Care.  You may remember their shoot from this post.  One of their stylists won with the image below by re-creating the look of a magazine cover […]January 26, 2010 – 10:52 am

GWAVES – Owh Owh!

Well, I had an AMAZING shoot yesterday with Goldwaves Salon! They are entering a nation wide contest through Oribe salons and hair care, recreating an Italian VOGUE cover. This is just a preview of all of the girls – wowee zowee can you feel the sultry vibe? They had two Oribe stylists fly in from […]

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Reata has a very special place in my heart.  Long story short:  When I moved back from Texas Tech I was working at Red, Hot, & Blue where I knew the General Manager.  One evening I waited on a man named Al Micallef and his wife Janie.  I didn’t know who he was at the […]

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