Recently did a editorial portrait of Alec Ross (Senior Advisor for Innovation to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton) for Fast Company Magazine for their May 2011 issue. The cool location was at the U.S. State Department.
This was another portrait that had to be done very quickly, but nothing I’m not used to. Only had approximately 30 minutes for the entire portrait session after initial location setup. In tight locations or backlit locations I like to use a lot of gridded (narrow) light sources to control exactly where the light falls for the most dramatic impact. Hope you enjoy!