Last week I was busy doing some minor set building. We have been prepping to shoot some test shots with some new food stylists. We are going to be creating some beautiful new editorial food images to compliment our portfolio and our food packaging shots. We have a large quantity of props but not as many surfaces as we would like so it was time to use those artistic muscles in a slightly different way than when I look
We have just added our newest images to the mix and posted them on our website. We have a new image order, new pairings and also a 'campaigns' button. Please check it all out and let us know what you think. http://ntphoto.com/
Here is one of the images we created over the summer. We would love to hear your feedback on it. So far the response has been fantastic.
I know it is now October but things have been busy since my trip to NYC in September, so I am finally getting around to posting a few photos. The trip was fantastic in many ways. First of all, I stayed with family just outside the city and it was great to have some quality time with them. It was also great to have home cooked meals and a comfortable home environment to go back to after a day in the city. Secondly, I
Here is another email image we sent out this summer. We sent it with the subject line you see above as the title, "Fish Always Skinny Dip". Sometimes we try to be a little quirky to see how people will respond. It is good to experiment a little bit with your marketing strategies, have some fun and see what works best for you and your potential clients!
While Debbie and I were traveling to Portsmouth a few weeks ago we went by the High Liner Foods manufacturing plant and saw some of our images blown up very large on the side of tractor trailer trucks. They looked great! We love it when we see our images on the move. We learned that High Liner has 6 trucks all featuring different images we created. They are giant traveling billboards! What a great way to use the
I believe that art informs art. As a person who makes his living creating visual art, I believe spending some time every day practicing a different form of art is very helpful to my outlook and creativity. One feeds the other in many ways. I usually start my day playing and studying music. I have been since I was 12 years old. I study one-on-one with a jazz guitarist in Portsmouth by the improbable name of Woody Allen.