Firmwide Photography for Wexler Wallace LLP

It made my day today to see that Wexler Wallace have revamped their website with all new portraits I did for them recently. We also had opportunity to photograph the attorneys at work. It was a great project from start to finish. We were lucky we had good weather on all of the shoot days!

Salmons Consulting Warehouse Location Shoot

Litigation Consultants Salmons Consulting contacted me looking for photography for their new website. They wanted something more unique than a backdrop studio shoot. When they said they wanted a factory-look I knew right away where we should shoot: Salvage One. Salvage One is a super-cool architectural remnants store spanning several floors of an old warehouse on the near west side. I know the building literally inside and out because I lived there and had my first serious studio there for almost 10 years. I'm looking forward to doing other shoots there as there are so many cool spots.

The women of Salmons Consulting were great to work with. We did some super fun individual portraits as well as come cool group shots using the features of Salvage One.

Chicago attorney Nenye Uche

Chicago criminal defense attorney Nenye Uche was a great subject. We did his portrait for his law practice publicity needs. He had a lot of ideas and together I think we got some great shots!

I especially liked working without flash on some of the shots. Even with the lighting inconsistencies, the look is so much more real. First shoot using the new VSCO Film Pack 6. My favorite so far!

Now that winter is here for good I fear the days of outdoor shooting are pretty much gone!

Location shoot with attorneys of Whitt Sturtevant LLP

Whitt Sturtevant wanted to reimagine their online presence. Their new website required highly specialized layouts, using full-screen designs. They needed not only contemporary portraits of their attorneys in natural poses, but also very specific image layouts. I worked closely with their design team as well as the attorneys to craft images that spoke to the ideas of their company as well as their style.