As I wrap up shooting and editing for the 2018 JEA annual report, I thought I'd share with you a few images from last year's project. The focus of the book was the relationship JEA has with its customers. This put us on location in some pretty awesome places like a steel mill and NASJax.
Flagler Hospital has been caring for the community for over 125 years. Last year they put together a plan titled “Flagler 130”. This plan encompasses a specific set of goals to be accomplished by their 130th anniversary in five years.
To tell the story of the "Flagler 130" my team and I put together a 10 min informative video. We filmed interviews with hospital administrators, care givers, patients and community leaders. We also captured many hours of B-Roll highlighting Flagler Hospital's passion for caring.
The video has been shared with the hospital Board of Directors, hospital staff and various community groups and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. It has increased support and awareness of Flagler Hospital's commitment to its patients and the community.
We just completed our 2nd project for Flagler Hospital. Watch the new video here.
If you attended one of the many celebrations held in conjunction with St. Augustine's 450th anniversary last summer, chances are, you may have been one of the 450 faces included in Michael LeGrand's "Faces of the 450th" project.
The project, which highlighted the diversity and individuality of St. Augustine residents and public figures through a series of headshots, will be on display in the Rotunda Gallery at the St. Johns County Administration Building from February 7 through April 20, 2017. There will be an opening reception Tuesday, February 7, beginning at 8:15 a.m., prior to the Board of County Commission meeting. Light refreshments will be served, and the public is invited and encouraged to attend.
"Faces of the 450th" drew inspiration from one of photography's most amazing portfolios, the "American West Series" by Richard Avedon, which captured subjects in various posed and non-posed moments against a white backdrop, which acted as a blank canvas, allowing the subject to stand out and be highlighted. Michael LeGrand's pseudo-improvisational headshots were shot at different community events such as Farmers Markets, Music in The Plaza, and other locations. Just as Avedon's American West photos captured a diverse subset of the American culture, LeGrand's photos captured a similarly diverse subset of our St. Augustine community. The final project was ultimately displayed on large mounted billboards in front of the Lightner Museum, the St. Augustine Visitors Center, and the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.
Brooks Rehabilitation is dedicated to offering the most advanced therapies for all patients. To showcase these therapies, I worked with them to create an image library of both stills and video, shooting at various locations across Florida. This new image library gives Brooks the opportunity to use their own patients and staff in marketing and educational materials, while saving them money compared to impersonal and expensive stock photography.
This spring, we set out to tell the story of how Flagler Hospital cares for its patients and the community. We filmed interviews with hospital administrators, care givers, patients, and community leaders. We also captured countless hours of B-Roll, highlighting Flagler Hospital's passion for caring.
The video was revealed at a Flagler Healthcare Foundation Gala event and also at a Hospital Town Hall, and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. It has increased support and awareness of Flagler Hospital's commitment to its patients and the community.
This is our 2nd video project for Flagler Hospital. Last fall, we worked on a video highlighting the 130 year history of the hospital, while at the same time looking forward to the next 130 years. Watch the video here.
imethods is a healthcare consultanting and IT staffing service voted one of the best places to work 13 times. This summer, they set out to complete a website rebranding that emphasizes their people and culture. I became an honorary team member when I spent two days with them creating portraits that reflect their values of hard work and professionalism, while still having fun.
Drawing inspiration from one of photography’s most amazing portfolios, the “American West Series” shot by Richard Avedon, I am embarking on a project called Faces of One Spark - a portrait project.
In this project, I am attempting to capture as many portraits of Creators, Attendees and Volunteers at the ONE SPARK festival in Jacksonville, FL from April 7-11, 2015. Much like Avedon's portraits, mine will also be shot on a white backdrop, catching the subject in various posed and non-posed moments. These pseudo-improvisational headshots will be a great way to capture the diverse subset of the One Spark culture.
2015 was an awesome year. I captured a lot of great moments, traveled to some cool places and worked with some amazing clients. 2016 is off to a great start with fun projects planned for clients new and old. This collection of images highlights the quality of my work over a diverse subject matter for multiple corporate and editorial clients.