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A huge thanks to everyone who came out to the show last night and made it the such a huge success! The continued love and support from everybody really means a lot to me.   Have a great weekend!!

A huge thanks to everyone who came out to the show last night and made it the such a huge success! The continued love and support from everybody really means a lot to me. Have a great weekend!!

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This was my first time ever doing the makeup for my own shoot- a little more difficult than anticipated but I’m super happy with the final product. Here is the new story: 
Abiogenesis 1 Makeup/Photography/Retouching: Joseph AlexanderModel: Daniyar 

This was my first time ever doing the makeup for my own shoot- a little more difficult than anticipated but I’m super happy with the final product. Here is the new story: 

Abiogenesis 1 
Makeup/Photography/Retouching: Joseph Alexander
Model: Daniyar 

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Had the honor of being featured on Wacom’s Behance Artist Highlight. You can check out the photos featured in the interview on their website, along with this following interview: 
What kind of visual art is your focus and why?My current focus is photography, with a strong emphasis on photo manipulation and retouching.  I treat the digital photos I take like a blank canvas and use Photoshop as my paint and a Wacom pen as my paintbrush.  It’s through these tools I can fully bring my ideas to fruition.  By taking the principals of photography and applying them digitally, I’m able to create a hybrid of traditional and digital art. 
Where and how do you find inspiration?I think it’s important to surround yourself with positive, creative people to draw inspiration from and collaborate with.  I’m fortunate to live in a city with a thriving art scene so when I’m not busy perusing the internet for creative insight, I like to visit the many gallery’s and museums Los Angeles has to offer. 
When did you start creating and why?I started using pastels and water colors as a child and began traditional 35mm photography a teenager. It seems like the drive to create has remained, but it’s evolved into different mediums over time.  Creating is great meditation.
What Wacom product do you use now?Currently I use an Intuos4.  
What is your favorite of your work and why?I always feel like this question is like asking a parent to chose a favorite child…weird, I know. I’ll have to say it’s a tie between my two most recent projects, Siren & ōrāre.  Each series is a very conceptual collaboration between myself and good friends, and it really showcases the direction I see the future of my work heading.  It was also on these projects I truly pushed the boundaries on what I thought I was capable of achieving in post-production.   
Why did you join the Wacom gallery on Behance?There are very few online showcases which feature such a multitude of digital art.  It’s such a great place for inspiration, sharing and critique.  

Had the honor of being featured on Wacom’s Behance Artist Highlight. You can check out the photos featured in the interview on their website, along with this following interview: 

What kind of visual art is your focus and why?
My current focus is photography, with a strong emphasis on photo manipulation and retouching.  I treat the digital photos I take like a blank canvas and use Photoshop as my paint and a Wacom pen as my paintbrush.  It’s through these tools I can fully bring my ideas to fruition.  By taking the principals of photography and applying them digitally, I’m able to create a hybrid of traditional and digital art. 

Where and how do you find inspiration?
I think it’s important to surround yourself with positive, creative people to draw inspiration from and collaborate with.  I’m fortunate to live in a city with a thriving art scene so when I’m not busy perusing the internet for creative insight, I like to visit the many gallery’s and museums Los Angeles has to offer. 

When did you start creating and why?
I started using pastels and water colors as a child and began traditional 35mm photography a teenager. It seems like the drive to create has remained, but it’s evolved into different mediums over time.  Creating is great meditation.

What Wacom product do you use now?
Currently I use an Intuos4.  

What is your favorite of your work and why?
I always feel like this question is like asking a parent to chose a favorite child…weird, I know. I’ll have to say it’s a tie between my two most recent projects, Siren & ōrāre.  Each series is a very conceptual collaboration between myself and good friends, and it really showcases the direction I see the future of my work heading.  It was also on these projects I truly pushed the boundaries on what I thought I was capable of achieving in post-production.   

Why did you join the Wacom gallery on Behance?
There are very few online showcases which feature such a multitude of digital art.  It’s such a great place for inspiration, sharing and critique.  

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Preview from my latest shoot..it’s going to be pretty epic once I’m finished.  

Preview from my latest shoot..it’s going to be pretty epic once I’m finished.  

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Landing down south. Jet-life to Set-life. LAX~>ATL. #g4 (at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL))

Landing down south. Jet-life to Set-life. LAX~>ATL. #g4 (at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL))