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Hunter Douglas “Beauty Awakens” Ad Campaign

Okay, I’ve been excited to share things before, but this takes the cake. It’s the feather in my cap. It’s the bees knees to Nth degree. It’s the biggest ad campaign my work has been featured in… ever… or least in my 16 year career so far. I’ve loved this shot ever since I took...

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    Hunter Douglas Case Study

    Summary Since 2013, I’ve been hired by Hunter Douglas to help them create photography, time-lapse, and video for their dealer books, trade show materials, website, social media, in store display… basically everything. The first time I worked with them, they actually flew out to Portland just to meet me to see if we’d be a...

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      Hunter Douglas Beauty Books

      I recently added a new Featured Work Gallery for two shoots I did for Hunter Douglas’s Luminette and Nantucket product lines. The photos we created for these shoots were used in their dealer sample books, website, social media, marketing materials, you name it! Both shoots were HUGE productions. Unlike other architectural product shoots where the...

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        Architectural Photography by Lincoln Barbour

        Quick question: Have you ever wondered how some architecture and interior design firms are always winning design awards? It seems they also have a knack of winning new business with practically no effort. When it comes to your own portfolio, is your work regularly published in magazines (or gone viral) because the photography was so...

        Great People = Great Shoots: Heather Smith

        I’m very excited to tell you about one of my favorite photo industry team members. I first met producer Heather Smith when her production company Smith x Union was recommended to me for a Hunter Douglas shoot that I was commissioned to do. Heather has an increadible client list including Coke, Wieden+Kennedy, Ogilvy & Mather,...

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          The 4 Types of Photographers

          The other day, my barber asked me: “So what do you do?” I told him I was a photographer, so he proceeded to tell me all about his buddy who shoots weddings. And while I wanted to relate on this shared commonality, I had to be honest with myself: shooting weddings is extremely different from...

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            Case Study: Making Magic with Rejuvenation

            After shooting photography of architecture and interior design for over a decade and a half, it seems I’ve actually learned a thing or two. When I hired former Martin Agency art buyer Suzanne Sease to edit my portfolio a while back, she pointed it out to me: Above all else, I excel at shooting products...

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              Oreck Photo Shoot

              I’m very excited to share this shoot for Oreck with you for two reasons: one, I really love how the images came out and two, I finally got to partner up with great folks at Wonderful Machine who have listed me on their site for years. Shooting home goods products on location is something of a...

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              • […] I really had fun at this shoot. It’s easy to get trapped into a standard “product in environment” look when shooting things like vacuums and air purifiers. Fortunately, we had a great art director (Rybe Henderson) who helped push these into the hero shots below. Produced by Wonderful Machine. To learn more, check out my blog post here. […]ReplyCancel

              2016 in Review

              Wow, where does the time go! This is my first “Year in Review” since 2011. Why the long drought? Well, the biggest change was that we welcomed our firstborn, Odin, in December of 2012. Two years later, came his sister Teagan in December of 2014. Three short months later, we moved back to Virginia to...

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