We are back and shooting!!

From being out on the streets documenting our COVID-19 HEROES, to now back shooting jobs for clients, we are making our way through this new world. We are far from pre-pandemic normal here in New York, but by staying safe in a controlled studio environment has us back doing what we love. Creating amazing campaigns for our clients.

Saying that we missed our crew and clients is an understatement. There have been a lot of phone calls and video chats with them during the pandemic, but it’s just not the same. Being back in person feels like a family reunion… 6 feet apart of course. All safety protocols in place thanks to our amazing production team led by Leah Mara, including live-streaming our shoots around the world to clients who could not attend.

Either in person, or remotely, we are happy to be back with our clients and crew. Now on to the post production to create amazing environments for our talent in CGI and retouching!!

COVID-19 HEROES

First and Foremost COVID 19 is a public health Crisis and the most important response is coming from the front lines. In hospitals, emergency services and care facilities. We must extend our sincere gratitude to those dedicated individuals for putting their health at risk, day after day in service to others and to our nation. The forceful measures we as a country have taken as a country has brought our economy to an abrupt halt.

Many businesses have closed, people have been asked to stay home and basic social interaction has been curtailed. People have been putting their lives and livelihood on hold at siginificant economic and personal cost. All of us are affected but most of the burdens are falling on most least able to carry them. As a society we must do everything we can to provide support for those who are doing the most for the public good.

This series of images are my salute to those dedicated HEROES who have sacrificed the most to insure we carry on a a decent and caring people. See More

Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

We knew getting real wolves and sheep together wasn’t the best idea. We traveled for a week to both Wolf rescues and sheep farms to capture multiple shots of all the animals. What a great experience, and a great time with my crew and client. Once we captured all that we needed, it was time to head back to our studio to work on combining it all and creating this hyper real world in post production.

Maryland Lottery “Dreamer”

We captured this ongoing campaign for the Maryland Lottery with GKV agency and LuLu Productions called “Dreamer”. This was such an amazing project where we did a road trip across the state. It was a “Man on the Street” campaign finding real people who have played the lottery and wanted to be in the commercial. I did what I love best, being on the road and taking pictures, meeting great people, and hanging with client, agency and my crew. Everyone had a story to tell, and an excitement that I loved capturing.

From The Great Frederick county fair to Nick’s Fish House, we captured it all. Of course we took a break to have the crab cakes at Nick’s!!