As a special thank you to my loyal members, I have just added a bonus gallery of 25 extra images from The Honeybrown Twins at Mi Cayito Part 2.
Recently Added: The Honeybrown Twins at Mi Cayito Part 2. I have been missing Marlon and Andro – the Honeybrown Twins. Before dawn, we got a cab and got out of the city. We arrived at Mi Cayito just as the silver-shining sun crested the horizon. The beach was empty and nearly pristine. To have that great big space and that great big sea and to have the brothers too was too much to wish for. Featuring the Navy Line from Modus Vivendi. And stay tuned for a special bonus in the next few weeks for my members.
More Marineros features the Navy Line from Modus Vivendi and marineros Luis Angel, Ricardo, and Jean and Omar. The first time I went through this set, I had to get it done quite quickly but I couldn’t help return to these photos and to the beach, Mi Cayito.
You should see my casting notes for this shoot which changed every day for nearly two weeks. I had just met Luis Angel and he was a last minute addition, really, and I couldn’t be more pleased with his work. Meanwhile, I had run into Omar on the street just a few days before this shoot and he was immediately enthusiastic about working with me again – and with his brother, Jean, of course. It was great to have one more chance to work with twins Jean and Omar; the first time I worked with them, on a rooftop rather than a beach, was more than seven years ago. I don’t mean to overlook the studly Ricardo. I was so grateful to have him back on the beach. My last trip, the first time I got Ricardo on the beach, it had been rather cool and windy. So it was sure nice to have another go with Ricardo.
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Don’t worry. It’s still me. I have finally updated this website. I needed a better engine for loading and showing my images. I have tried to optimize this website for a good compromise of quality and speed. And, I hope, this website should now look and act better on mobile devices.
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I continue to love these, of course, and I wanted to make sure I didn’t drop these now that I’ve updated my website. Some of my photography with Jorge Luis and Geannys re-imagined by the wholly remarkable Russian artist, Kai Karenin. Visit Kai’s portfolio here: http://kaikarenin.com.
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While updating my website, I also took the opportunity to update images in a few legacy galleries, including The Rooftop Shower with Michel and Jorge Luis. Oh to have again that rooftop shower, that day, those boys. I decided that many of the images were too saturated and I cleaned up the colouring.
While updating my website, I also took the opportunity to update images in a few legacy galleries, including Enrique at Megano Beach, Part 1. Ah, Megano beach – to have that vivid tranquility again. A number of these images were black and white, but I’ve added the colour back in this updated set.
While updating my website, I also took the opportunity to update images in a few legacy galleries, including Esperanza, with Jorge Luis and Orly. Although I had a girl booked, we still had to find Esperanza at the last minute. So many of the images I first published for this set were too dark – so I lightened up a number of the images in this set.
While updating my website, I also took the opportunity to update images in a few legacy galleries, including El Toro. I first published a number of these images in black and white. Revisionist thinking has now added the colour back to most of these images.