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Colorado Brides Magazine Cover

Just got a hold of the first issue of Colorado Brides magazine, which features my image on the cover as well, as an additional image inside. The images accompany a story about local dress designer Alisa Benay, whose dresses were used for this shoot in downtown Denver. The shoot was done a couple of years ago as a collaboration project with the dress maker, model, MUA, & myself. You can see the rest of the images from the shoot in this gallery for those of you who are interested: Bridal Portraits Gallery

Colorado Brides Magazine Cover

 

 

 

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Colorado Biz Magazine’s Top Company Awards Photographs

I finally got a hold of some of the pages from the November issue of Colorado Biz magazine, which featured my business portraits of this years Top Company Awards winners. This was my third year shooting the assignment. It’s always a good assignment and it’s fun getting to meet some of Denver’s brightest and elite business members. You can see last years images here if you are curious – 2010 Top Companies. Otherwise, be sure to click below to see all of this years images.

Colorado Biz Top Company | Business Portraits

Click on the link to see all the images from this years issue. Read More

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Dr. Deb Friesen portrait for Health Data Management magazine

A couple of months ago I had the opportunity to do some photographs of Dr. Deb Friesen of the Kaiser Permanente’s Colorado Medical Group. Coincidentally, I had photographed Dr. Friesen about a year earlier for Colorado Biz magazine. So, the AD and I knew going into this we wanted to something a bit different and away from the computer like last time, even through the computers / IT were a major component of the story. We did a few photos with Dr. Friesen with a white backdrop and then a few just on location in the halls of her offices. As with most business/health portraits we are working on a pretty tight schedule, and only had Dr. Friesen for about 20 minutes. So, it was definitely a big help to have my assistant Justin around, so thanks to him.

Dr. Friesen for Health Data Management magazine

They decided to run the image above as a two page spread, as well as an image on the table of contents. To see a couple more images from the shoot click for Read More

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Business Portrait of Kent Thiry, CEO of DaVita Inc.

Just got a tear-sheet from this months issue of Colorado Biz magazine’s executive edge section. This month’s story was on Kent Thiry of DaVita Inc., DaVita is a Fortune 500 company specializing in kidney care and dialysis, and they  just moved their corporate headquarters to Denver. The image in the background in a rendering of the completed corporate headquarters that DaVita is currently building in Denver. I also had the opportunity to work directly for DaVita, this past month as a result of this shoot. I photographed over a hundred of their employees out volunteering around the Denver metro area to benefit “Concerts for Kids”, for more on that and a few of my photos click this link to: DaVita Volunteers

Kent Thiry | DaVita Inc. CEO

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Micheline Casey for Information Management magazine

A couple months ago I did some business portraits with Micheline Casey, a Senior Information Strategy Consultant at U.S. Department of Energy, who was picked as one of Information Management magazine’s Top 25 this year. I photographed Micheline in front of Colorado’s capitol building,  where she had worked for the State of Colorado previously. The forecast for the day had called for pretty heavy showers, but since it is Denver, it never happened. So we lucked out a bit and had some great sunlight in the morning to work with, and not a drop of rain in sight.

Micheline Casey

Micheline Casey w/ downtown Denver

To view the final layout and a set up shot, click to read

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CRL Associates for Colorado Biz

Last month I got  the chance to photograph Maria Garcia Berry of CRL Associates here in Denver. She has been involved in all sorts of big projects here in Colorado, and is also on the Board of Trustees at Metro State here in Denver. So it was fun getting to chat with her for a few minutes and get her opinions on a few things.

Executive Edge Business Portrait

For a few details on the shoot and a lighting setup shot, click for

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Al White for CoBiz Magazine

Last month I photographed the director of the Colorado Office of Tourism for Colorado Biz magazine. We photographed Mr. White downtown just outside his office near the state capitol building. Formerly a state senator Mr. White as appointed as director by the new Colorado governor Mr. Hickenlooper. Here is the final layout from the magazine:

Al White for the April Issue of CoBiz

Click to see a few other selects from the shoot, some lighting info, as well as another tearsheet from another assignment for CoBiz. Read More

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Bicycling Magazine – Dec. Issue

I was very excited to get this month’s issue of Bicycling magazine. It was a great assignment to go up to the beautiful Horsetooth reservoir in Fort Collins, CO and photograph cyclist, Nick Frey, who makes these badass bamboo bicycles. Be sure to check them out at Boo Bikes, I really want the touring bike personally.

Bicycling Magazine

Anyways, so this month’s issue features 4 images of mine including, one in the table of contents, and a two page spread to lead off the story. Big thanks to Stacey, the photo director at Bicycling, for the fun assignment, and thanks to Nick for being great to work with. Due to a mix up about the direction of the story I photographed Nick before this with one of his bamboo mountain bikes, and we made some great images then as well. I’ll be posting those with some behind the scenes lighting set ups and info as well. So keep an eye out for those as well sometime soon.

All the published images where shot with natural light, so no complicated details there. To check out some more images from the shoot and some lighting set ups, click to see  Read More

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