I I have always been attracted to underground spaces. Not really to spend time in them but to just experience them and to wonder about the construction and design, it always gets me thinking about what’s above and the forces that are pushing down. The panoramic app for the iPhone is really incredible for capturing spaces.
I thought it would be fun to document our thanksgiving trip from Biddeford ME to Berrien Springs MI. It truly is a planes trains and automobiles trip. Biddeford to Boston to Philly to Chicago to Berrien. And to top things off we are currently stuck on the Chicago to South Bend IN train, there was a loud noise and a flash and now we are stuck. Got some cool iPhone photos though…
We were up at 2:45am heading for Sunday River Maine. We were setting up by 5am and shooting at dawn. I believe the temp was in the teens and the wind was in the 20’s, not sure what that makes the wind-chill? Life in the north… My assistant was freezing, as was I. End result was worth it though.
I stopped by to see how the studio was comming today, almost there. I took these panoramic photos with a new app on my iPhone. Very cool app.
Here’s a few process shots and the final image of a home theater I shot in Maine. Working in such small spaces has it’s challenges. Nothing that a little creativity couldn’t handle. Had to use one of my own images for the final image of the screen shot. The assignment was editorial and using a shot from an actual movie could have legal implications…
A couple shots from the Steve Whittaker Arch. Photo lecture in Boston which was put on by asmp. The lecture was very informative with a lot of good info on the business side of things as well as the process of each shoot. Well worth the time. Steve is a very open guy and you can tell he loves what he does.
I always love images from the subway(t)
I set up an out door studio and enticed people off the street to sit for a portrait, in return they got a nice cold soda. Win win win.
A recent shoot for Barclay credit cards, involved a portrait and advertising shot of the LL Bean CEO and Barclay CEO. Literally had about 3 minutes for the ad shot and 2 minutes for the portrait.
Proton beam cancer treatment facility and PR shots. Highly recommended for prostate cancer treatment.
On a scouting mission I noticed that LL Bean has a rather nifty fish tank where you can get a view from the inside. Mmmm, fishy fishy fishy.
This building was the bookend to the reat of the block untill the rest of the block burnt down. I walked through the building and it was actually designed very nice.
Quite a cool thing to walk under all that. Really makes you think about the compression strength of glass and silicone caulk.
On a hospital roof with the famous Chet Williams, on assignment, getting the shot as the chopper lifts off