What an adventure this project was. Client: Laurie Lundquist (Artist, Sky Wave Bridges) and Broward Cultural Division. I know you can appreciate how interesting it is to be at an airport with so many diverse people coming and going. Their gestures and body language speaking volumes and providing limitless opportunity for story-telling. All connected to the passing of time. It is fascinating to watch how all of this takes place in and around these large scale architectural structures at Fort Lauderdale International Airport. This airport is evolving daily and it is amazing to watch at any hour as light flows through the terminals, parking garages and run ways. Because of this project, I was able to visit the airport many times and at all hours of the day and night. Loved this mission! Thanks Christina E. Roldan, Public Art Project Manager, Broward County Cultural Division, Public Art & Design Program and Laurie Lundquist for making our public spaces more interesting and beautiful. I believe we are all elevated thru their work and the architects and developers of public spaces.
Almost everything has its pros and cons, its upside and downside, right? When it comes to photographing flowers, can you think of one downside? I can’t. For me, it was just a parade of beauty, joy and wonder. Each flower and each arrangement magnificent examples of creation, color, texture, design and form. Each one a miracle. Of course, I cannot fail to mention the talented and joyful family that makes flowers their business, Emma Borrell and her family at Kings Creek Florist. It was lovely to be with them.
Recent photoshoot for book project by Human Kinetics, Your Workout Perfected, by Nick Tumminello.
Being in a gym feels like home to me. You wouldn’t necessarily know it by looking at me, but the gym and/or what it represents have always been close to my heart. That’s why I love photographing athletes. Witnessing the passion, dedication and the blessings of a fitness lifestyle. Always something to aspire to. And can you believe this guy, Korin Sutton, is a vegan body-builder? Healthy, clean eating looks goooood to me… I made these gifs just for the fun of adding motion. Lately I have been experimenting (and enjoying) working with motion in the form of video, gifs and timelapse sequences. Asking G for more projects with motion…. : )
I love being part of a team, especially a creative team. This shoot from way back was a great experience. I loved the concept and tag lines. The hard work was mostly in logistics and production. We handled all production in house. From location scouting of four locations in South Florida; shipping, receiving and transport of branded merchandise; securing all necessary props, crew and permits. Photography of all elements took place over a period of two days. It all went off without a hitch. I love the final ad campaign which resulted in a Best of Show Addy Award for Consumer/Trade Campaign Color.
- Client: Sunbrella
- Agency: Wray Ward
- CD: John Roberts
- Designer: Brandon Scharr
- CGI: Minds Eye
- Writer: Ryan Coleman
- Photographer: Eileen Escarda
Samaritans Purse bringing healing to the lives of so many of us around the world and at home. An organization worthy of our time and donations .
Sometimes when I’m not sure how to proceed in some area of my life (be it creative, personal, spiritual or financial), I go back to what inspires me and start again. Today I found some work in my archives that reminded me of my path. May not make sense to anyone but me, I know. What is inspiring your path?