I spend Saturday roaming the lovely town of Rutherford for a profile piece in the New York Times.
The main objective is to capture the flavor of the town.
You can see the complete story here.
One of the challenges of corporate photography is capturing candid moments of executives.
A good technique I’ve found to capture emotional candids is to wait until a group of executives is done talking and the group is starting to break up. Often people will laugh or joke around at this moment.
This exact technique worked perfectly here as a healthcare CEO was laughing with a group of people as the company opened a new facility in New Jersey.
St. Peter’s University Hospital produces a quarterly magazine the showcases. They are a great client because they encourage collaboration with the photographer.
Here we needed to show a new sinus procedure that the hospital is providing to patients.
A bunch of strobes and grids made the operating room look dramatic.
The Jockey Hollow Bar and Kitchen is stunning, both inside and out.
Vail Mansion, built by the first president of AT&T, stood empty for many years until Chris Cannon opened his new restaurant.
One of the restaurant’s main features is the glass enclosed kitchen at the top of a huge staircase.
I had the pleasure of working with the New York Bar Association for their new legal referral website.
The folks at Greenfield Belser created the new site that shows off photography so well.