For us, the creation of still and moving pictures is really the study of light and composition more than anything else. And in the end, the creative assets should not only be captivating and fresh, but serve a strategic message and connect effortlessly with the mind of it’s audience.
Our aim as a studio is to produce high quality, emotive still and motion pictures that are rooted in marketing forethought to ensure our clients stories are told with legitimacy and prowess.
From polished environmental portraiture and refined product and architectural photography to emotive high definition video production, the still and moving pictures we produce are aimed to communicate clearly, appropriately, and intellectually across mediums of maximum impact. But rather than spouting off a bunch of marcomm mumbo-jumbo, just click on the GALLERIES link above to see the work that Eric and the talented crews he works with create…we think it speaks for itself.
In the last years we've been focused on not just taking on projects that land into our laps, but those that we feel really fit our aesthetic, that we find...
Rustic meets refined elegance at the Silver Baron Lodge where unparalleled accommodations and service come together in one of the most beautiful settings.
It's not every day that you get a call from the Director of Public Relations and Marketing Communications at the Waldorf Astoria, but in late June of 2009...
Cameron Rafati...no doubt, one of my favorites. Not only is Cameron an emerging artist with a new publishing deal with Sony, this 6 foot - whatever Persian...
To optimize productivity, the studio recently underwent yet another renovation that has now given us more production space for the demanding
ER+PF shoots album cover for Cameron Rafati… Welp, its official, we just got final approval on a set of 4 shots for Los Angeles based
Another food restaurant shoot, another food coma. However I have to say…this one is particularly pleasant thanks to chef Buzz Wiley who
Only the film industry likes to award themselves more than the advertising community. And even though I don’t often participate in what I