Seattle Model Nick Skinner. Our Most Valuble Player

Nick Skinner not only looks great in photographs, his helpful, thoughtful personality earns him Most Valuable Player for the fashion Infusion sessions. Nick not only worked long hours, but carried dry wall, closed dirty freight elevator gates, rearranged furniture, and was on board to help in any way he could “to make the sessions go smoothly”. I didn’t ask for any of this. Nick took these tasks upon himself. Attitude looks great. Attitude works great! Thank you Nick, for exceeding the call of duty!

To see his portfolio, visit #376372 on Model Mayhem

The location for this series of photos is Pravda Studios on Capital Hill. They bent over backwards for us.

Hair and makeup by Tiara’s on Location. She is a Tiara of all trades. Hair, makeup, styling dress details, accessory ideas, and a great sense of humor too!

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Nick in a Tux Shop tux

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Dress from Luly Yang. Ring from Greenlake Jewelry Works. This was everyone’s favorite ring!

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Look at those blue eyes! Oh, and the gorgeous dress is from Luly Yang Couture. The suit is Nick’s own.

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The New James Bond. Nick gets my vote. The tux, as always, from The Tux Shop

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  • Nick Skinner - Thank you for the great words Janet. You are a great photographer. The amount of work and attention to detail for the shoot was amazing. It was a great team effort, the models, photographers, and assistants all worked together to get some great pictures. Thanks again! Nick

    P.S. I posted a link to my myspace. If anybody would like to contact me, feel free to message me. 😉ReplyCancel

  • Janet Klinger - Great to see you again, Nick. Going for the gold with your interview at SMG and Heffner Management is exciting. I can say I knew you when…ReplyCancel

  • April Greer - That’s so funny you posted these images. I was actually checking out the shoot from the outside of the W, not knowing it was you! I thought to stop and say hi, but then, I figured it would be a nerdy thing to do. Crash a photo shoot-

    Anyhow, neat set up and neat images- Looking forward to more~ReplyCancel