events

USINDO Event Photography

A few photos from a lunch series featuring Indonesian campaign representatives stating their case. Fun facts - Indonesia is the 4th most populous country in the world and consists of over 18,000 islands!

Also I’m slightly obsessed with the John Singer Sargent. :)

ABA Event Photography

A lot of the time we go out and photograph a corporate event and we don’t know exactly what we’re shooting…maybe a planner hires us to help one their clients, or a huge organization has us cover a charity event they’re sponsoring. In this case, it was the ABA, and it was an awards dinner for their Death Penalty Representation project. Pretty cool, there were a lot of heroes in the room.


Hill Day

Some photos from a recent multi-day Hill Day effort with The National Association for Music Education. Lots of conferring, training, and traipsing to various Senator's offices, and a great party on the last day!

An inspiring group of people doing wonderful things for our children, we were so happy to be able to work with them!

If you're interested in having your Hill Day photographed, please shoot us an email so we can talk about the the solutions we can provide. In addition to our standard top quality photos, we can provide social media optimized still images and video on site, in near real time. 

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2013 Green Inaugural Ball

To say we were honored to be selected to shoot the 2013 green Inaugural Ball would be an understatement.

7 shooters, 2 production assistants. Step-and-repeat, social, stage and design coverage.  On-site real-time delivery, 48 hour turnaround, and delivery management to multiple entities.

Guests, speakers and performers included Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar, Will.I.Am., Shelia E. and Bill Nye. The event took place in the Newseum in downtown Washington D.C.

An exciting day for DA!

Gridwise Global Forum

The Gridwise Global Forum is a gathering of corporate and political leaders from around the world convened with the intent of improving energy delivery, and in particular, electrical grids.

Speakers included Secretary of Energy Dr. Steven Chu, New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman, and Procter and Gamble Chairman Bob McDonald. It took place at The Ronald Reagan International Trade Center in Washington D.C.