Posts from the ‘photographer | filmmaker | seattle’ Category
Goal: To create a set of portraits of the new principals and original owners as their business goes through a transition of ownership. Photographed in color and sepia for use in branding materials, these environmental portraits and headshots will be used on the company website, in trade publications, press releases, and social media.
A series of business headshots for an India client. Great faces, these portraits of their Board of Directors will be used for public relations and corporate communications.
Be sure to watch at 720p, click play,then the setting on the right.
I feel it’s important to give back and to use media in a positive way. A good example is this project for the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation.
This PSA / fundraising video combines still images with music as a multimedia slide show, with chapter heading titles adding counterpoint to the imagery. Supporting research and the development of a cure, it has been shown to open major medical conferences in Washington DC, Marrakesh, Morocco and Paris, with excellent response, exceeding the hopes and goals of the organization.
I first met this young woman in the Intensive Care Unit, And today, Georgia has gone on to living an active, vibrant life. She was an essential contributor to our project along with a brave group of children battling various forms of Cancer, several of them since birth, what a profound experience it was to work with these young heros.
The campaign, has been an extraordinary success, with a major increase of revenue for the organization, as well as making a real difference in people’s lives.
We just completed black & white portraits do be used in gigantic 8 foot-tall billboard/posters for open source software company Red Hat , the work is visual branding for their summit in Boston. Our subject writes software code by day for the national electrical power grids. In his off hours he’s a drummer for a heavy metal band, powerful at work and off… You can see our new work here
The weather has been odd, and for a while it seemed we’d miss the glorious days of ‘indian summer’. Fortunately, we’ve been given a gift, perfect days for doing anything outdoors. I’m just back from a mountain hike which yielded this image of the Cascade Mountain Range, during one of our video shoots. Being there made me so happy to be alive, and thankful for the gift.
While taking a work-break outside my studio I looked down and noticed that Wild Strawberries had popped up today, these are volunteers, transported and planted by birds. Now the (very smart) birds will come back to eat and enjoy them – completely native here in the Pacific Northwest.
A lovely, amazing surprise.
Here in the Pacific Northwest we have trees, lots of trees, and roofs bear the burden of all those pine needles and moss.
A local company, Debris Free Seattle uses eco-friendly products in their green business, clearing the way for a roof to have a long life, saving substantial money along the way. In this video, Brian Frankowski, the owner of DBS shares a bit of his extensive knowledge on the subject.
Part of a continuing series on small businesses with big heart.