A Model Scarecrow

October 28, 2010 at 3:02 pm 1 comment

Every once in a while we have photo shoot with a person so comfortable in front of the lens that it’s hard to pick the one great shot.

Adam Jepsen, our Everyday Person in the November/December issue, was just that kind of subject—the camera loved him. Adam, a musical theatre major, took last year off from school to play the Scarecrow in the national touring production of The Wizard of Oz. Here’s a slideshow of outtakes from the shoot, photographed by Bill Cardoni on a farm in nearby Lemont, Pa., where we were lucky to find a real Tin Man for Adam to pose with.

Carole Otypka, art director

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