Victor H. Schlosser | Photographer | Cinematographer | Blogger | Entrepreneur |
| Father | Grandfather | St. Louis Cardinals Fan |
For over 35 years I was a full-time photographer but now photography is more of an avocation rather than my full-time income producing job. I have background experience in Advertising, Annual Reports, Architecture, Home Inventories, Product, Sill Life, Weddings & Party/Event photography.
I also do Workshops and Seminars covering topics related to both photography and business.
I created a workshop back in 2001 (that is still running) called The Arizona Shootout (AZSO). It is a weekend long shooting event for both beginner and amateur photographers to learn to be better shooters as well as for seasoned pros to get new portfolio images. I am in the top, left box in this video at the 9 second mark.
Recently, I have started doing Lifecastings, which is the art of making full-sized, 3-dimensional, exact, heirloom-quality duplicates of your hands, face, feet, legs, torso or pregnant belly. Any part of your body can be cast and finished in a style of your choosing (plaster, stone, resin, fiberglass, etc.) For more information on this just Click Here.
Cooking | Grilling | Food I love to cook and I really love to eat. I guess you could cooking a 'Hobby' for me. I love to cook and to grill. After several years of trying I have developed my own dry-rub for beef & pork. I also make a wicked pumpkin cheesecake. Currently, I am working on my pizza dough and pizza sauce recipes.
I really enjoy playing with recipes and improvising as I cook. This section of my site will cover some of the recipes that I like and enjoy sharing with friends. There are a few recipes here that involve baking. I am not really much of a baker. However on occasion I do make an attempt to bake.
Music I enjoy live music. Concerts, local bands at bars, street-corner musicians, it doesn't matter. Actually being present when someone creates music is both a pleasure and a honor. I have attended many concerts over the years, and each was special in its own way.