September 19, 2011
This is a great example of the kind of executive portraits I like to do. It is environmental, showing a dramatic setting of a computer screen and equipment. Without knowing anything about who this is, you certainly get a very definite idea about what his business is.
This is a photograph of Bob Parsons aka GoDaddy. The way I heard the story, he made a zillion bucks in some business, retired, got bored, and started GoDaddy for something to do. Made another zillion bucks and some great Super Bowl commercials. An impressive man and a busy guy, I had fifteen minutes to make this photo. I spotted this equipment in a tiny room, quickly set up a light, sat him down, shot enough to get a good expression and he was gone. I learned to work quickly from years of experience as a photojournalist shooting features for magazines.
September 1, 2011
This photo was taken in Phoenix, Arizona, where I currently live, the airport is called Sky Harbor International Airport, a great name for an airport in the Desert Southwest. I was traveling for a commercial shoot in Boston, where I used to live, and was really looking forward to the seafood there, which I think is the best in the world, something about the cold waters of the North Atlantic. I was not disappointed.
Grilled scallops prepared at Legal Seafoods Test Kitchen located in Logan International Airport. Wonderful.
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