A few months ago we signed on to shoot an advertising campaign for NBC San Diego. The project consisted of multiple group portraits of the anchors and news teams for display on billboards, bus wraps, bus tails and giant posters hanging outside the downtown studio. We decided to shoot each subject individually and put them … [Read more…]
The darkness of winter has found P2…ummm…shooting on the beach in 60 degree weather. We recently photographed the fun and fashionable ladies at Empresa, a local design, marketing and public relations firm. Needless to say, it was a blast, despite the terrible chill. And…1 year and 12 states later, Jenna just completed her speaking tour … [Read more…]
Last week we spent a fun afternoon shooting some fantastically imaginative little boys. Between swordplay with sticks and pretending to be superheroes, we didn’t want to go home. Apparently neither did they. Don’t be surprised if you see these kids’ faces again…they’re working on an ad campaign with us in early 2013.
I’ll admit it…one of the main reasons I wanted to visit South Korea was because I was curious about the DMZ. Once I learned that the USO here gave occasional tours, I was determined to get a seat on one. It proved to be a tense and fascinating experience. For those of you who slept … [Read more…]
Early mornings are my favorite time of day here. The air is cool(er) and the parks are filled with elderly men and women chatting, practicing taijiquan or playing games in the shade. Yesterday I wandered over to Houhai Lake at around 6am, just to see what was over there. What I found was a beautiful … [Read more…]
For the next month this blog will feature iPhone images and stories from abroad as I (Jenna) travel around China, Mongolia and South Korea. Today was my first full day in Beijing. The city makes NYC look tame…scooters, taxis, throngs of people, heat, humidity, chickens, rickshaws, bicycles piled high with anything and everything…jet lag had … [Read more…]
Ajo, Arizona is a tiny town near the Mexican border. They have a small cafe, a mid-sized motel, a large Spanish Colonial plaza, a huge copper mine and a massive solar installation. July in the Sonoran Desert is hot (almost as hot as Washington DC), but at sunrise the temperature, the light and the scenery … [Read more…]