Posts Tagged ‘Corporate Event Photographer’

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… Corporate Event Photography coverage are some of my most challenging yet favorite assignments. It gets me out of the studio, into uncontrolled lighting conditions, with puzzle pieces that interact in an un-choreographed fashion, challenging me to find just the right angle at just the right moment, under the best possible lighting conditions, and tell the client’s story of their event.

This week, I had the pleasure working with and providing documentary style photography coverage of a three day convention for the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine which hosted over 400 attendees from the Health Care Industry.

This is just a small sample of imagery they needed to build their website and ad pieces for their 2015 convention schedule.

Down time to check your email!

Down time to check your email!

Learning to use the Convention App.

Learning to use the Convention App.

Pre-seminar prepping.

Pre-seminar prepping.

Breakout note comparison.

Breakout note comparison.

Meeting with Industry Vendors.

Meeting with Industry Vendors.

The President's Welcome.

The President’s Welcome.

Between Seminars at the Marriott Waterside.

Between Seminars at the Marriott Waterside.

To get out of the studio and dropped into an uncontrolled lighting environment, with the directive of capturing images that truly tell the story of an event; speakers and presenters, attendees, environment, and details – THAT’S my goal.

I’ve been fortunate enough to have been dropped into several environments, mostly in incredible locations – Chicago, Austin, Dallas, Miami Beach, Orlando, Palm Springs, and most recently, New Orleans. When you successfully fill the needs of a high powered client and develop a mutual trust in one another, the results are magical and the relationship continues to grow. These are just a few of my favorite images from October’s event coverage for Interior Design Magazine in New Orleans.

Bryan Batt, Mad Men actor, Design Maven, Author

Bryan Batt, Mad Men actor, Design Maven, Author

Second Line Parade to Arnaud's, led by Cindy Allen, Editor in Chief of Interior Design Magazine.

Second Line Parade to Arnaud’s, led by Cindy Allen, Editor in Chief of Interior Design Magazine.

Bananas Foster at Arnaud's.

Bananas Foster at Arnaud’s.

Chef John Besh of New Orleans.

Chef John Besh of New Orleans.

Personal guided tour by Blain Kern of Kern's Float Den.

Personal guided tour by Blain Kern of Kern’s Float Den.

Cocktails at the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum

Cocktails at the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum