Hi kiddies!  This is my new photography project called PARKING LOT!




Being afraid of somebody hiding under your car is the adult equivalent of fearing the monster under your bed.  Dark spaces and exposed ankles.


I wanted this Horror image to be set in bright daylight.  Finding a location for this idea was not easy.  Most businesses would prefer you not stage a murder in their parking lot.  Even a fake one.  In the end, I staged my photo-shoot in a parking lot across the street from 3rd Street Asylum, the haunted house run by my cousins.  The police stopped by only once, and they were very friendly.


The victim was played by Cori Jo Hawkins.


The scary man hiding under the car was played by her husband and filmmaker Trevor Hawkins from Mammoth Media.  Trevor helped me with my short film BLACK LULLABY and is one of the chief collaborators on my upcoming movie project.  Right now he is finishing up his own first movie, a romantic drama called LOTAWANA.


I based Cori’s positioning on Andrew Wyeth’s famous painting CHRISTINA’S WORLD.

Wyeth, Andrew


The SPFX mask was created by legendary creature designer Jordu Schell.


Thank you to Nikki Moreno at Vixen Pin-Up for doing Cori’s hair!

Thank you to Luke for allowing me to borrow his cool car.

Thank you to Chris Hawkins for all your help getting the car to the location and back.

And thank you to Dawn and Matt Cheek for producing this photo project!

See you next time!


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3 Responses to “Making PARKING LOT”

  1. i like blood Says:

    Awesome stuff, love the Christina’s World reference. And that’s an awesome, old car you got ahold of.

  2. Mrs. Horror Boom ( Says:

    SHIT! Well, yet again, you have successfully scared the living shit out of me… the urban legends ones (like “Keyhole”) are the stuff of nightmares for me. So, keep it up!

  3. Mrs. Horror Boom ( Says:

    Reblogged this on HORROR BOOM and commented:
    Joshua Hoffine continues to scare the living bejeezus out of us… for some reason, the urban legend-based ones, like “Keyhole” are the real stuff of nightmares for me. How about you? He has more than one featuring a clown, I believe…

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