commercial photography

Stop Motion Video Series for Office Solution Company Bindertek

Bindertek offers sleek organizational solutions to businesses and business professionals. Their product line includes really great binders (of course), binder accessories and quality office products imported from Europe. I worked with the marketing team at Bindertek to create a package of short videos that they could use in email campaigns, on their blog, and on social channels such as Facebook and Instagram.

Here are some of my favorites from the 20 part how-to video series largely driven by stop-motion. Each video presented a common office problem that was quickly resolved by a Bindertek product.

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Photoshoot for YARN.com

Back in November I shot a collection of beautiful hand knit garments at UMASS Amherst for YARN.com. We normally shoot on location here in Western, Mass, which means our settings are pretty rural. This time I was instructed to find a spot that "wasn't in nature", so I chose to use the massive concrete structures at UMASS Amherst as a backdrop. 

I was a student at UMASS for 2 years and, I will admit, I hated all of the concrete on campus. I felt like I was living in a weird post apocalyptic future town. This photoshoot totally turned my opinion around on that. I loved shooting there. I had so much fun framing up my shots and finding patterns in the concrete. This felt more graphic than what I normally do.

The model is Shannon Hughes, hair and make-up by Shannon Hughes, photo and styling help Emma Welford. Designs by Amy Herzog for Valley Yarns.

Corporate Photography for MK North America

Last week I was hired to shoot some head shots and group photos for mk North America in Bloomfield, Connecticut. mk North America is a worldwide leading manufacturer of aluminum conveyors, stainless steel conveyors, pallet transfer systems & aluminum framing.

It was a little rainy that day...and it actually rained pretty hard when I had the full group of people outside, but they were all troopers and the photos turned out really nice because of it.