I recently had the pleasure of working with the team at Point 72, an asset management firm based in CT, with offices in Manhattan. They wanted a “hip techie” look to the images, so I kept my lighting fairly simple, relying mostly on window light and my 6 foot octabox as a fill.
I recently had the pleasure of working with Albany based design and marketing firm ID29, on images for Sterling Rope. We created portraits of a variety of people who use Sterling ropes: Firefighters, professional climbers, and arborists. Two day shoot, one at a fantastic climbing gym in Long Island City, The Cliffs. Day two, at the Sterling Rope factory in Biddeford, Maine.
Both days went amazingly well, and I had a blast working with the guys at ID29, the clients from Sterling, and of course my amazing crew of talented make-up artists, and assistants.
Below are a few set photos and samples from the new Sterling Rope catalog. Images will also be used for packaging and trade show booths!
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of photographing Thomas Sandell, founder and Chairman of Sandell Asset Management in New York City. My second assignment for UK’s Hedgefund Journal. Thomas was a great subject, and after we covered the bases for the assignment, he suggested we shoot a few portraits in the roof of the building. I’m always up for taking CEO’s out of their normal environment, and of course I love a good city roof top!