Another amazing place I explored. It was very difficult to access due to the high amount of foot traffic nearby along with the climbing involved with accessing certain buildings on the property.
It was completely worth it, especially when we crossed the walkway over a man-made canal under the buildings. The brick archway mesmerized me. I really like how old architecture blended so well into nature.
Many more photos of this location coming soon!
When you going to do a nude shoot with envy shes so sexy as hell... whoop whoop
Already did several! We’re going to be selling prints soon!
All your abandoned photos give me goosebumps of pleasure. You are an amazing photographer.
Thank you! I have some VERY interesting photos coming soon. Something involving a half-naked young lady, rope, a dental gag, and a noose.
Second straight week of photo shoots while Envy is staying out here and she certainly does not disappoint. We had a fun time getting into this place and it was well worth the risk! This is just a sneak peak of the epic photo sets coming soon!
Model: Kitten Envy (www.facebook.com/KittenEnvy)
"I need chain…steel wool…and whisks."
This inexplicable list of demands led me to an interesting night with Envy. I got to watch as she shot flaming metal all around me. It was awesome!
Envy in another amazing abandoned building!
Quick preview of another shoot with Envy before I hit the road! Enjoy!
Climbed into an abandoned building, got a nail in my foot, but the good news? I found this awesome wall. The bad news? There was a pretty lady blocking my view. So I made the best of it.
Model: Kitten Envy
Photography by: www.chrisaddams.com
The beautiful Jessyka in the infamous mill. Who doesn’t love striped stockings?
Greetings hoomans! My name is Envy but a lot of people call me Kitten. I am a tattoo artist in…
This is Envy, the amazing model and tattoo artist coming all the way from the midwest to shoot with me this month! Go check her out and support her work!
This is my very gorgeous model friend, Draya! We spent hours exploring and shooting in a really big abandoned building on a sunny summer day. It was a great way to spend the day!
Today, on my way home along route 2, I stopped at a McDonalds and noticed an amazing abandoned building across the street. I had passed it a dozen times since I lived there, but never tried getting in. I planned my entrance very carefully and creeped up to the building only to discover the front door was unlocked!
It was a very old leather mill from the industrial revolution. The infamous Hoosac Tunnel was being built around the same time and I can only imagine how exciting that area must have been.
The light was amazing inside that building. I can’t wait to take a model there.
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