Author Archives: Brian Mengini

Ausome Weekend – Help Needed!!

I want to make this weekend, an Ausome weekend!  To do it, I need your help!!   I need 6 kiddos on the autism spectrum to come into my studio and be photographed by me for my Ausome Me series! … Continue reading

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AusomeMe

I have begun work on a new portrait series, titled Ausome Me.  Ausome Me is a studio based series of intimate portraits of children on the Autism spectrum.  I wanted to create a new body of work within this community … Continue reading

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Kids on the Autism Spectrum Needed’ 

Kids on the autism spectrum needed for portraits this week in my Lansdowne studio. I’m working on a new ASD kiddo body of work and need models.  I’m flexible with times but need them this week.  Every participating family will … Continue reading

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Vietnam Vets Needed 

I’m looking for 25 Vietnam Veterans for a portrait series that will be displayed in a print and online exhibit.   Sessions will take place at my Lansdowne studio. Scheduling will be done at your convenience. I’m looking to have … Continue reading

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Used DSLR Cameras Needed for Special Needs Kids!

Hello friends.  I am working on a photography program for special needs kids in Delaware County.  I am looking to roll this program out in the next couple of months.  I need your help though. I am looking to set … Continue reading

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Guitarists Needed 

I’m looking for two guitarists to test shoot with for a potential portrait series. There are some specs for what I’m looking for.  First, I need a (2) musician who is intensely passionate about their craft. Ideally they will be … Continue reading

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Gap Stories

On June 21, I will be in Locust Gap, making portraits and interviewing some of the Gap’s older residents and former residents.  This will be part of a project aimed at encapsulating, through first person accountings, the rich history of … Continue reading

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