Producer Julia Hanley completed a lifestyle shoot production with Iris Worldwide late last year to help client EVEN Hotels as part of their new branding campaign. Handling things behind the camera was Brooklyn-based photographer Alberto Oviedo.
Producer Julia Hanley worked on a pricing estimate with a still life photographer for a home goods brand. She walks us through the different elements of the shoot which included prominent CGI requirements.
The scenes were set for our interior and exterior architecture shoot at MGM National Harbor casino and hotel in Oxon Hill, Maryland. We worked with local photographer Tracey Brown and the amazing marketing team at MGM to negotiate and capture 30+ images featuring the casino's state-of-the-art facilities.
We received a call in early July from Karsh Hagan, a Denver-based agency, about an upcoming project for their client Visit Denver. The concept was a lifestyle shoot in and around the Denver area highlighting a variety of well-known locations with multiple talent.
Leading vacuum and cleaning appliance manufacturer Oreck was redesigning their e-commerce site and sought new product images for it. After reaching out to Wonderful Machine, our producer Julia Hanley took the reins on the project to bring it to fruition.
When working on a big shoot, one of the first steps towards a successful outcome (right after you’ve been awarded the project) is sourcing and booking a solid crew. How does one accomplish this seemingly insurmountable task you may wonder? Let us be your guide!
We worked with photographer David Aaron Troy and Rivers Agency to produce a bridal lifestyle shoot for Charles & Colvard, a manufacturer, and distributor of fine jewelry. The project took us to Hanover, PA where we shot various talent over the course of two consecutive shoot days during a summer heat wave.