When an athletic injury caused three ligament & cartilage tears to my left knee over two years ago, I never anticipated that I would still be recovering after two reconstructiv...
When Microsoft asks you to jump you invariably say, “fueled by what hot sauce?” Fortunately, leading national brand Texas Pete made for a perfect pairing. Capturing their partnership allowed us to marry the ubiquity of Microsoft’s technological applications with the tight-knit, familial culture of the Texas Pete operation.
It was eye-opening, and at times, tear-inducing insight into exactly how Texas Pete makes their special sauce and how Microsoft's role as a tech partner allows them to crank up the digital heat. Collaborating with diverse crews from both coasts in vastly different industries, added to the spice!
In an effort to repair their blemished image off the heels of an embezzlement scandal, Eastpointe, an MCO in eastern North Carolina, contacted me to help share authentic stories from a few, inspirational employees.
This journey took our crew through the lives of six employees both on and off the job site, which allowed us to observe and capture their shared, deep commitment to the welfare of others in both audio and visual media. From data analyst to care coordinator, I admire these folks and their dedication to the important work of serving some of the most disadvantaged people in our state.
Photography locations include: Tarboro, Goldsboro, Kinston, New Bern, Rocky Mount, Beulaville, and Jacksonville, North Carolina.
The sun soaked imagery we created for this redesign of Croasdaile Farm’s website will warm you right up like a perfectly steeped loose-leaf tea on a cold, or perhaps temperate, winter's day! It’s hard to believe this bucolic landscape is mere minutes from downtown Durham.
As a lover of hats, it was a welcomed challenge to wear so many of them simultaneously and especially rewarding to see the result come together so harmoniously. My team and I lead the strategy, art direction, project management and photography for this collaboration.
The farm is 1000+ acres which was once a productive dairy farm, from the early 1900's until the advent of Interstate 85, which divided the land and began a transformation that came with increasing urban density. The property even housed a lake-side amusement area, popular with WWII troops.