In between Redhead Project shoots I took a morning this past week to photograph Kristen Klein in Vero Beach. Kristen is an amazing competitive barefoot beach runner with over 50 medals to her name. It was nice to finally feel the sand between my toes after a long three days in the studio.
I’m honored that the National Geographic Creative blog “What We Liked” featured my image below. Each week they share their favorite photos and videos from the NatGeo image collection. Take a look to see amazing photographs and the stories behind the images.
Had a great two-day photo shoot with 14 Savannah redheads. Many laughs and a lot of props – pickles, cotton candy, swords, Rescue Randy, pointe shoes, snow, to name a few. Take a look at some behind-the-scenes images on @ProjectRedhead. We’ll be posting more images both here and on social media soon.
The Redhead Project is heading South. We start this weekend with a two-day shoot in Savannah then travel to Vero Beach, FL for a three days of redheads. From there we’re off to Atlanta, Charlotte, DC and Philadelphia. Look for behind-the-scene shots on Instagram – @projectredhead and @keithbarraclough
We recently had the pleasure of photographing triplets for The Redhead Project. You thought one redhead in a room produces a lot of energy, try three. Constant motion, laughter and, as a result, many great photographs.
Calling all Redheads!! August 19-20 The Redhead Project will be in Chicago.
For info on how to participate email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Redhead Project is an ongoing series of portraits of natural redheads.
Each photo shoot is a collaborative process between photographer and subject, resulting in portraits that reflect the subject’s personality and style.
My favorite time of year. Not only because of the weather, but it’s local blueberry season. A wonderful fruit that you can put on, and in, almost anything. And, of course, you don’t have to use a fork.