Extra postcards from the direct mailing campaign we started this year. They look great!
If you’ve watched any of our recent videos then you will know we have been out to Las Vegas recently, taking lots of pictures. We were out there shooting The New American Home for Builder Magazine, it’s our second year working with them and we have just finished up the edits on all the images. If you don’t know what The New American Home is head over to The Wall Street Journal because they recently published an article detailing the project, and of course featuring a slideshow of the images we made. Enjoy!
The blog portion of New England Home Magazine has just published a snippet about the REFLECT project, make sure you check it out at nehomemag.com
This past summer we shot a really nice summer home on Peaks Island that had warm inviting feel to it. We were pleased to see that a few images were used as part of an ad campaign for Arborwall, a company that makes solid cedar homes. Click through to their website and check out the gallery to see more of this project.
The Portland Press Herald has just published a very lengthy and well written article about the REFLECT project. If you haven’t made it out to the gallery show you can view some of the images online in the gallery section of the article, also make sure you read the full story over at pressherald.com
Another great article from the Bangor Daily News
The blogs keep on rolling in. Wonder Machine has published a piece on the REFLECT project that delves a little deeper into the written statements of each convict. If you haven’t yet read any of the other blogs make sure you check this one out at Wonderful Machine: A Written Reflection
artscope, New England’s Art and Culture Magazine just ran an nice article on the REFLECT project. If you want to read the article in its entirety make sure you pick up your copy on news stands today, for a preview visit the feature section on their website.
The Boston Globe recently ran a story on the newly constructed museum at Colby College, as you can see the article starts with a beautiful image of the exterior we captured earlier this summer. Click the image for more on the story.