Advertising | Portraiture | Image + Video Libraries | Sizzle Videos
Imagery is the essential tool of modern communication. We bring broad experience conceiving and executing photography and video solutions for leading brands, including AT&T, Lexus, BMW, Fidelity, Sam Adams, Reebok, Brooks Brothers, Estee Lauder, Frito Lay, and Neiman Marcus. We create image libraries, documentaries and sizzle videos. And photograph celebrities and emerging talents for book covers, online media, and magazines, including Men’s Journal, Town & Country, New York Times Magazine, Forbes, and Bon Appetit.
We have deep experience in advertising, and have produced campaigns worldwide, from Iceland to Australia. Our specialty is photographing and directing cinematography of people, and crafting visual content that is infused with believability, honesty and optimism. We understand myriad client agendas, impossible deadlines, and complicated logistics, and work with a world-class team of producers and stylists to deliver seamless productions with an exceptional creative product.
Whether the creative brief calls for dramatic or soft, energetic or quiet, environmental or studio, we take the time to get to know our subjects and develop a rapport. We strive to capture iconic imagery that both respects the subject and the creative agenda.
Image and Video Libraries
Increasingly, clients are commissioning libraries of images and videos, both to capitalize on an economy of scale and to develop a proprietary aesthetic that can’t be found in stock libraries. We manage these shoots with efficiency to yield a high volume of beautiful images or videos at reasonable cost.
Trailers for tv series and books, splash videos for events and product launches, training and promotional videos – we are a multi-disciplinary resource for high-end video production on any scale.
We love our work! But we most love when our work moves others – when we strike an emotional chord in the viewer that inspires tangible action. Then, we have done more than our job – we have affected positive change.