Over the Summer, Trevor and I traded photography for private yoga lessons. He believes that yoga should be practiced anywhere and everywhere, so I began to photograph him posing in random locations. The series of photos, which I’ll be posting over the next few days, was shot entirely on my 35mm camera. SF locals should check out his website, trevordye.com, because he’ll be hosting donation based pop-up yoga classes around the city. Also, record enthusiasts should attend his “Yoga to Vinyl” classes!
On that note, I’m off to do yoga with T-dawg right now.
Having this Canon has been such an inspiration. Last night I used it to film an event for the first time. It was an 18th birthday party for a beautiful girl named Angelica. Shout out to Sade for landing me that gig :) Tonight I’m taking my camera out to test shoot for the graffiti documentary that has been in the works. I’ll be following around a certain lady painter, let’s hope the Canon can handle any low light circumstances that I may encounter..
This video was made with the first footage that I shot on the 5D. Trevor let me film him as he practiced pop-up yoga in my messy apartment.
Check Trevor out at http://yogiuprising.com/