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Industrial Portrait – Paper Box Manufacturing

  We did an industrial portrait in a box plant that pushes out thousands of feet of box material.  Our clients produce the glue that the plant uses so they have reps who constantly monitor the manufacturing to make sure that their product maintains the specs the manufacturer requires. At the end of the line, […]

Presidents Day – Goodbye to a president…

This year’s American Farm Bureau Convention is over.  5 days and over 75000 steps (my phone kept track)! Also, a new president.  Bob Stallman has been president for 16 years.  His office was in DC but his rice and cattle farm is in Texas.  I’m sure he’s logged many miles over the 16 years representing […]

The day after Fat Tuesday…

Fat Tuesday is over and so is Mardi Gras.  Pack up your instruments, put away your beads and Lent begins.  This wrapped-up cello was all by itself in Lincoln Park and seemed to be resting from the festivities. More later: ML

B2B Tribe Profiles – Not your usual athletes

If you haven’t gotten your latest B2B Tribe magazine, you can look at it here.  Small business owners sometimes make for unusual athletes.  These are just 3 of the small business owners profiled in the latest issue that we photographed.  Twila Adams is Holistic Nail Care Services by day, but has won many medals as […]

Our Product Photography shows up at SEMA

One of the many products we shoot in our studio are tires.  We photographed a new tire for Continental and it won an award this year at SEMA. Congrats to Continental and to all our crew and digital techs. More later…ML

Veterans Day 2015

To acknowledge veterans who served our country, I found this image I photographed a few years ago at the Millville NJ Airshow. This airfield was a training field for P47’s during WWII and has a museum with lots of memorabilia from that time (P47Millville).  These are restored P47’s and they make a distinct sound when […]

South Carolina State House – A Grand Building as History is being made…

The South Carolina State House has a storied history.  Architects who were fired or died, burning down the building  (the original and its second), cantankerous legislation (past and present), hiding of marble…it goes on and on.  You can read more here. Now, they get to decide, again, on how the building will look.  Here are 3 […]