William Morton Visuals photographs DanzArts, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Hispanic heritage dance.
William Morton photographed DanzArts at Studio J last week. The note below is from DanzArts’ Vice President, Christina Lock:
“DanzArtsis a non-profit organization deidcated to preserving and creating cross polinations of dance through flamenco and Mexican dance. Founded and Directed by Patricia Astorga-Casey, this duo theatre dance company produces performance pieces for a multitude of occasions. There is a direct compliment in rhythm, passion, and history for these two styles of dance. One of the wonderful aspects of this company is that the dancers have the opportunity to be cross trained. Sabor Mexico or Esencia Flamenca is avaiable for hire: danzarts.org. The 13 members of DanzArts would like to thank Morton Visualsfor a truly dynamic and professional yet fun experience at Studio J. Thanks William!!!”
A few behind-the-scenes images are below, compliments of Stan Lock, as well as two of the final images captured by William.
Eldridge is great to work with, and he made the casual business headshot session a very enjoyable experience for all involved. Eldridge has just launched a new blog focusing on positive affirmations and inspirational messages for people to get them thinking about their lives. For example, a recent post begins with “Big changes don’t happen overnight..they happen through small but consistent steps that add up over time to give you the results you want.” We’re looking forward to seeing more, and encourage you to check out www.eldridgedufauchard.com.