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3 More Puppy Taught Photography Lessons

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Chocolate Lab Puppy Fall Photographer

Recently I had the privilege of taking two lovely lady’s pictures, which can be found below. Willow and Nana weren’t my first puppies, and hopefully won’t be the last. I wrote this article about things I learned from my first puppy photo shoot, and I was sure to go back and read that before I […]

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Harnessing Complaints & Branded Products: Getting ahead of the restaurant game

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The southeast United States is full of rich culture, history, and especially food. The amount of deep fried fantasy turned reality left by waist line pushing my pants to their limit. I can’t describe food all that well, but when it comes to the business of restaurants I know what I’m talking about. Hyman’s Seafood, […]

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Brand Battles: Southwest VS American Airlines

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I am in the middle of multiple long distance trips and (inevitably) I am noticing the stark difference between the airlines I am flying. I am a long time Southwest advocate and (probably) a first time American Airlines customer. The difference between the two brands is glaring. I took a look at how the two […]

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Planet Earth II

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Planet Earth II

To record and share nature is one of the highest privileges that the photography community is granted. Very few examples compile the essence of our world as beautifully as BBC’s Planet Earth II. It is a masterfully orchestrated display of our awe inspiring surroundings. Absent main characters and plot points, Planet Earth II plants you […]

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Visual & Perceived Signals – San Jose Sharks

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Prequel: Preparation Sweaty palms and restless legs can be feelings invoked by talented curators. Although far from simple, accomplishing this response can solidify our feelings about the experience we have towards a brand. As a lifetime sport enthusiast and a business education background, exploring the organizations that bring the world so much passion is intriguing. […]

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Visionary Artist: Hans Zimmer

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Hans Zimmer

In light of my upcoming trip to Coachella, I began thinking about how important music is in all cultures. Hans Zimmer is easily my favorite composer of movie scores (sorry John Williams) and I am excited to get the opportunity to see him perform live. His body of work has spanned movie genres and delivered […]