Early last month I had the opportunity to photograph Allan Domb a local real estate developer, turned politician for Philadelphia Magazine. Allan was incredibly gracious with his time, which is always appreciated - especially when subjects are very busy people.
For the shoot we setup a studio in a small conference room at Allan’s offices in Rittenhouse Square because it would allow us more time to photograph him than if we had to have him come to our studio in East Passyunk.
We used the location studio setup as our home base and got to photograph Allan for most of the afternoon as he showed some new rental apartments right on the square, conducted a meeting, and gave us a tour of a new development in the Parc building that is underway.
Big shout out to everyone at Philly Mag, Stacey, Jamie and Alyse, for the assignment and for making it look great in print. And thanks to Allan’s campaign manager Anne Wakabayashi for helping to organize the day.
Early last week we had the opportunity to do a photoshoot with Jon Lyons, founder of Run215. It was a great opportunity for us to make some cool portraits, and a pleasure for me because I have enjoyed the support and community that Jon’s website has built for the city of Philadelphia. It was no shock to see that Philadelphia Magazine declared them the best running website for 2015.
The shoot started out before sunrise. Jon met us at the studio around 5am. We had some coffee and discussed our game plan before heading around the corner to get some running shots in front of Pat’s and Geno’s.
After shooting at Passyunk and Wharton for a little while we made our way over to the Grays Ferry section of Philadelphia for a more gritty location.
After another coffee break we made our way out to the Wissahickon for some trail running photos.
Finally we made our way back to the studio for some more formal portraits. Despite temperatures being in the high 90s on our shoot day, we still needed to add some more sweat in the photos.
Click here for a gallery of images of Jon Lyons that are available to license.
It has been a long time in the works, but I finally have a new website up. My hope is that I’ve broken my images down into some galleries that make a bit more cohesive sense together, and that it focuses on the work that I enjoy doing the most. And for the first time ever, I’ve included a tear sheet section on the site so you can see how some of my work has appeared in the wild.
Big thanks to Anthony Smyrski and Jon Loudon at Random Embassy for the new logo.