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Clint Dempsey & USMNT – Sports Illustrated World Cup Preview Issue

    Publication: Sports Illustrated Director of Photography: Brad Smith Photo Editor: Carlos M. Saavedra Talent/Assignment: USMNT / World Cup Preview Issue Location: Standford University Photographer: Alexis Cuarezma Assistants: Victor Gomez, Ray Osuna, Victor W. BTS Video: Victor Gomez Looking back at this year, I was fortunate enough to photograph a lot of cool things […]

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Rance - January 19, 2015 - 12:58 am

This was pretty inspiring. I wish I had the opportunity to work on a crew and learn more about lighting set-ups. I thoroughly enjoyed this and how the images turned out. Great post.

Esenam - January 3, 2015 - 7:59 pm

Thanks for being real and sharing this with us all. I’m extremely happy for you and wish you many more success!

Shayne Skov Sports Illustrated Photo Shoot

  Publication: Sports Illustrated Director of photography: Brad Smith Photo Editor: Claire Bourgeois Athlete: Shayne Skov Location: Standford University Photographer: Alexis Cuarezma Assistant: Niall David Cytryn BTS Video: Victor Gomez What can I say? What has been the best unexpected early birthday present you’ve ever gotten?? For me, last July it was getting a call […]

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Yaneck Wasiek - January 7, 2015 - 6:25 am

Great post and tutorial! Very creative use of pocketwizard function. love it!

Lee - May 24, 2014 - 5:46 am

Alexis way to go man. Great idea and terrific way to demonstrate why clients should hire Photographers not button pushers.

Thanks for representing the best of our industry.

Tim McBroome - May 23, 2014 - 2:04 pm

Fantastic use of the pocket wizard feature! I love that SI picked up on your more stylized images. Good for you for being brave and doing your own thing as well.

Robert Ash - May 20, 2014 - 4:20 am

Awesome, very creative idea! Can’t wait to try it. I do understand doing what is photographically best as well as doing what the client wants. That’s my approach too. Great advice.

Tribulations of Updating Your Photography Portfolio

This was 1 of the most difficult images to remove from my book. I did my 1st real portfolio reviews in NYC at the at the Eddie Adams Workshop (Barnstorm 24). When my team editor Brad Smith (who was also the Senior Sports photo editor at the NY TIMES at time) arrived to this image […]

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Robert Ash - February 4, 2014 - 5:38 am

I really like the way you thought through the entire process of updating your portfolio book. I also feel your advice “That’s why I’m a firm believer in getting feedback directly from people you respect.” is, well, picture perfect :) It’s important to respect the right people, of course. But what you’re saying is so true. I’ve been through similar things in print competition. Some comments were right on point. Others, I just shook my head. But it’s all good in the end if you keep your head about you and focus on pleasing your core audience and client base more than anyone else.

Canelo Alvarez Media Day: Big Bear, California

    Welcome to my new blog!! I look forward to sharing some of my sessions & events I cover.  I’ve been fortunate enough to do some pretty cool things lately. Tomorrow is the mega-fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Canelo Alvarez. I went down to Southern California for a couple of shoots, meetings and […]

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Rosalinda Mercado-Garza - September 25, 2013 - 5:27 am

Nice work! The pictures and captions were excellent.