Thursday, June 3, 2010

Commercial work in action

I have been living and working in Myrtle Beach now for 10 years - wow how time flies. In recent years with the introduction of social media/ blogging and rapid advancements in web design it seems like the whole world is uploading pictures and tagging like crazy. So what does this mean for the veteran photographers looking to still make a living?. Personally it has meant refining my business plan, focusing on work that really interests me and striving to offer my select group of clients the highest quality images. I have been fortunate enough to have worked with some great companies here in Myrtle and would like to shine the spotlight on one client in particular that I have worked with now for over 4 years. Knotting Hill Interiors, an award winning icon of Interior Design in Myrtle Beach, recently launched their new web site . On every page of the site, almost 100% of the images were created by your truly. What a great feeling it is to have been given the opportunity of working with such a talented and creative team, thanks Kim, I look forward to building upon our stock pile of images.
To all my commercial clients, many thanks and I hope we have many more shoots in our future.
A small example of online work:

Still for ATMC in NC

Knotting Hill Interiors - The Callahans

Sushi bar at UMI

Rainbow Rock at Ripley's Aquarium

Dolly Parton for the Cover of GS Magazine

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