Go-Lo Photography
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Join:6 Aug 2011
Last:6 Aug 2011

About Me

Introducing - "Go-Lo Photography," a division of "Go-Lo Productions."

In an effort to create a unique and diverse entertainment experience, Rolando J. Vargas (Ro Lo) and Jamar Cargo, founders of Go-Lo Productions, have fused their talents as professional artists as well as their ideas, and seasoned them with East coast and West coast influences.

Their photography is all in digital. Shoots are both indoors and outdoors. They shoot in color & black/white. They do commercial/legit/theatrical headshots, editorial, portrait and nudes. They can do some wardrobe styling if needed. They also have make-up artists which they can recommend for the shoot (additional rates apply).

Founded in 2008, this collaborative team's main objective is to provide artists with a platform to spread their creative talents while both welcoming and encouraging all forms of artistic expression.

Rolando J. Vargas (Ro Lo) and Jamar Cargo have worked professionally as actors & models for several years. Both have extended resumes, working in front of the camera, on stage and on the fashion runways. They both also enjoy working behind the camera as photographers.

They believe in having creative control over any given project. They enjoy working with well rounded, multi-talented outgoing people for possible projects beyond modeling. Currently, Go-Lo Productions has four scripts in development.

Go-Lo Productions is a bicostal company with offices in New York City and Los Angeles. They travel often, domestically and internationally, so please feel free to contact them for rates/schedules.

They are open to some TFP shoots.
Here are their modeling MM profiles:

Jamar Cargo: http://www.modelmayhem.com/89318
Rolando J. Vargas (Ro Lo): http://www.modelmayhem.com/rolandojvargas


Recent Production:

Go-Lo Productions' last major production, "Artist 4 Humanity -- Get Up & Move!!," brought together a vast array of musical and dance acts to entertain, as well as to use art as a way to raise much needed funds to help brighten the future of the millions impacted by the earthquake in Haiti.

The main effort in this project was to help the children of Haiti, the most vulnerable, dependent victims, who sometimes do not have a voice! All proceeds from this celebrity benefit concert went to UNICEF's efforts in rebuilding Haiti.

For more information, please visit: www.Artists4Humanity.net