Up 50 Stairs or Make Do in the Conference Room?

Friday, January 20, 2006 Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThe objective for this assignment was to capture a flatering portrait of the subject for Managed Care Magazine, a trade publication that serves nursing homes, long term care facilities, and other managed care companies, for an article inside the magazine.

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The Man’s a Fan of the Can

Wednesday, January 18, 2006 Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThe objective was to hopefully photograph him outside, however, high winds and temperatures in the 20’s precluded that.

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In the Captain’s House One Last Time

Thursday, January 12, 2006 Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThe objective was to capture Mark Messier’s being on hand to see his jersey and number being retired at Madison Square Garden. Messier is one of the client’s “faces”, and the client has exclusive rights to broadcast all of the league’s games, and was on hand to participate in the retirement ceremony, as well as hosting the reception prior to the event.

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Backstage in Las Vegas with Cal & a Snake

Friday, January 06, 2006 Some parings defy logic. Surely, the one from yesterday was unusual, but this one is as well! Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThe objective, part of an ongoing project to document the backstage activities at the client’s CES booth, meant demonstrating the broad programming reach that the client’s service has.

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Backstage in Las Vegas with Donnie & Snoop(y)

Thursday, January 05, 2006 Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThe ongoing objective was to capture interactive images backstage during the CES show in Las Vegas. Wherever possible, it was best to have client logos/signage in the background, but the best images were most important. It was not planned that we’d capture such an unusual paring such as this!

Posted by John Harrington on 01/05
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