Nino is a commercial glamour and exotic automotive photographer, and a Senior Writer at F-stoppers. As an educator he started a Master Class series of instructional courses, teaching glamour photography lighting, and retouching across the United States. You can listen to his podcast (“The Backyard Show”) where he talks about photography, modeling, video, travel and gear. His work is regularly published in lifestyle and men’s publications all over the world, and is regarded as one of the premier glamour photographers and retouching educators in the U.S.
Sarah Harris is a model from Wellington, New Zealand. Where she grew up on a sheep farm and learned to love the outdoors. She is a Playboy Playmate for Portugal and Mexico with appearances in FHM and Maxim.
Byron Newman was born in London UK and studied photography at the London College of Printing. His first major project was to launch and design DELUXE Quarterly magazine in the late 70’s. Then moving to Paris he was appointed art director of the french and american editions of MODE INTERNATIONAL.
Camera Stew sits down with photographer Ric Moore from Dallas Texas. Ric worked at Playboy for what seems like centuries. His career included, shooting on pictorials such as Spring Break, and Biker Babes for Playboy Magazine, shooting on all the themes included in Playboy’s Special Editions, Playboy Cyber Girls, 20 questions, and the Playboy Interview. Some of his commercial clients have included: Coca Cola, Frito Lay, Bacardi to mention a few.
Camera Stew sits down with model Jade Amber Williams. she is from Indianapolis, IN, and now lives in Los Angeles, CA. She is signed with L.A. Models and Elite model management and freelances on the side. You may have seen some of Jade featured in a fashion editorial that Dr Dan shot for Playboy South Africa, you may have also seen her in an editorial for Adore Apparel or maybe strutting her long legs on the fashion runways in LA.
Gary retired from Playboy Magazine where he spent 30+ years and was the Director of Photography. He was in charge of multiple tasks such as concept origination, talent negotiation, and photographer selection. Working with some of the world’s greatest photographers, like Herb Ritts, and Helmut Newton.
This episodes guest is Man of Action™ Mark Grove. A force in the martial arts world merged with the cinema world, Mark is an expert in many fields. He joins Camera Stew in the studio to talk about his experiences making movies.