Photographing the artists of Boundless Arts Performance Collective

 

Meet the women of Boundless Arts Performance Collective. They are the team that is making a difference for foster youth in our community and it was a pleasure to photograph them each individually, as well as together, to create collateral and publicity for the company.

BAPC Mission: “Boundless Arts Performance Collective (BAPC) is committed to providing an environment in which foster youth can realize their creative potential, build self-confidence, and discover their personal strengths. BAPC cultivates a community in which our youth and volunteers can learn and grow together through the performing arts.” This series of the collective on Photo Sister is to help bring community awareness and support for this amazing team of women and their mission helping foster youth.

You can meet the individual ladies of BAPC, read about the roles they lead in the company, and see their full photography features HERE on PhotoSister.com:

Zoe Barker-Aderem, Executive Director
Katherine Bicknell, Artistic Director
Shaudi Bianca Vahdat, Development Director
Victoria Champion, Communications Director
Javonna Arriaga, Founding Executive Director
Stephanie Haire, Set Designer
Colleen Taylor, Workshop Leader
Malia Elizabeth Zurcher, Outreach Director

I encourage all of you with a philanthropic core value to visit the Boundless Arts Performance Collective on Facebook, give them a “Like”, and continue following the work they are doing and contribute your own gifts of talent and services when you can. Thank you.

Boundless Arts Performance Collective Comapny

Boundless Arts Performance Collective Comapny

 

These next two images need a little context as Javonna was the former executive director and Zoe is the new executive director. Both are amazing women, are loved by all the other members, and respected by the community. Oh yes, one other thing: they both have a fantastic sense of humor! For these next two images, we did a little “faux street brawl” in the vein of the newscaster fight scene from Anchor Man. It was silly and playful and is meant to be viewed very lightly and with humor.

Boundless Arts Performance Collective Comapny

Who will win title of executive director?

Boundless Arts Performance Collective Comapny

 

Zoe!

Boundless Arts Performance Collective Comapny

 

More about Boundless Arts Performance Collective:

Mission: “Boundless Arts Performance Collective (BAPC) is committed to providing an environment in which foster youth can realize their creative potential, build self-confidence, and discover their personal strengths. BAPC cultivates a community in which our youth and volunteers can learn and grow together through the performing arts.” This series of the collective on Photo Sister is to help bring community awareness and support for this amazing team of women and their mission helping foster youth.

I encourage all of you with a philanthropic core value to visit the Boundless Arts Performance Collective on Facebook, give them a “Like”, and continue following the work they are doing and contribute your own gifts of talent and services when you can. Thank you.

 

Photography details for this shoot are below.
To see all the equipment I use on set, visit my GEAR LIST PAGE.

Camera: Nikon D700

Lens(es):
Nikon 18-70 3.5/4.5g Ed-if Af-s Dx –  Aperture: f/5.6 – Shutter: 1/400 – ISO: 400

Lighting:
Natural Light
Bags:
Camera Strap: