Day for Night

Wednesday, November 28, 2007 Concept/Objective:

Assignment Construct This assignment was for a major marking campaign for the trade association that represented the company this woman worked for.

The objective was to place a “real face” on the challenges the industry will face if onerous regulations were imposed.

Posted by John Harrington on 11/28
PeopleOutdoor PortraitsPlacesOutdoorsTravel
| PermalinkJump to complete post

In the Shadow of the Capitol

Monday, November 19, 2007 Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThe objective of this assignment was to produce an attractive environmental portrait of the subject who rose to fame as the result of his revelations regarding a Capitol Hill scandal. The subject specifically stated before the assignment that he would not pose with a laptop or computer (which was the mechanism by which he rose to fame) which severely limited any conceptual ideas.

Posted by John Harrington on 11/19
PeopleOutdoor PortraitsPlacesCapitol HillOutdoors
(47) Trackbacks • | PermalinkJump to complete post

Vets on the Hill

Friday, November 16, 2007 Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThe clients objective was to have images of the founder of an organization whos mission is to serve injured veterans, on Capitol Hill for images that would be used later in community outreach. It was explained to me that the client was a unique individual who was very gregarious.

Posted by John Harrington on 11/16
PeopleOutdoor PortraitsPlacesCapitol HillOutdoorsThe National Mall
(0) Trackbacks • | PermalinkJump to complete post

President’s Ranch - Crawford Texas

Monday, November 12, 2007 The opportunity presented itself to cover the arrival of the German Chancellor to the Bush Ranch, and while I had a tight schedule with commitments the day before and the day after outside of Texas, this was something that had just the right timing that lent itself to being covered. Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThe objective was to capture a nice image of the President and German Chancellor during their visit to the Bush ranch in Crawford Texas. The Chancellor and her husband came to see the President in a much more informal setting than would be at the White House, but it was important to me that there be something that places them there. A ranch house would have been nice, so too, livestock, or something “ranch-y”. Yet, I was on hand to document what happened, so my ability to control anything was limited to my position.

Posted by John Harrington on 11/12
EventsHard NewsPeopleIn ActionPlacesThe White House
(1222) Trackbacks • | PermalinkJump to complete post
Page 1 of 1 pages