About the Author

VicioStudios
Vicio Studios
VicioStudios
Blurbarian Since October 2008
Business Name Vicio Studios
Location Edmonds, WA
Business Phone Number 206-788-7974
About My Business My name is Travis Perkins and I have been a Freelance Photographer since 2003. I am a student of Brooks Institute of Photography in California and have a Bachelor's degree in professional photography. I have also worked at various portrait studios for a total of over 2 yrs Photographer/Assistant Manager experience. Vicio Studios is the culmination of my experience, training and passion for photography in this emerging studio. Vicio Studios cover everything from Wedding/Event photography and Portraits to Fine Art and Advertising. Pricing for Weddings/Events, Portraits, Retouching/Restoration, Etc. available upon request. Feel free to contact me at viciostudios@gmail.com
Areas of Expertise I primarily do Weddings/Events, Portraits, Retouching and Restoration, however, Advertising Images and Product/Catalog and tabletop work is readily available. My personal passion as a photographers is in the creation of Fine Art images, B&W prints, Nudes, Landscapes, Digital Manipulation/Composites and Still-life work.

Books by this author

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
A book of personal fine art prints or possibly a poetry/photography book where the pictures compliment and give meaning to the images.
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
Mark Danielewski's House of Leaves, Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy (which is far, FAR better than The Golden Compass movie), David LaChapelle, Sante Dirazzio
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
House of Leaves by Mark Danielewski, it is the thrilling tale of 3 intermingled stories of The Navidson Record, a non-existent movie about a family living in a mysterious house that changes interior shape and is larger on the inside than the outside. The second perspective of the book is the textbook style analysis of this non-existent movie, by an elderly blind man. The third viewpoint of this story if that of a paranoid, strung-out junkie, trying to understand this complicated and ominous tale