A shoot we did for these massive chromatography machines.
Chromatography you ask?
Chromatography is a physical method of separation in which
the components to be separated are distributed between two phases,
one of which is stationary (stationary phase)
while the other (the mobile phase) moves in a definite direction.
We didn’t have to understand how to use these machines, (thankfully!)
we just needed Michael’s expertise with lighting to make them glow.
Our latest shot for our Self-Promotion Campaign with Fort Franklin.
When Michael has a dinner party, every pea is in place!
A pyramid of peas is not a naturally occurring event.
Glue, paint, and cardboard…
Stylist Tui Stark from Ennis finessing the peas
Our bookkeeper (turned model) Christine Stern
and copywriter Phil Henson keeping it fun.
Art Director Keith Manning with Photographer Michael Indresano
evaluating and making adjustments to the shot.
Fort Franklin’s Account Manager Sean Young
and Christine, practicing their amazement
and amusement expressions with the precision peas.
Wouldn’t you love to dig in
now that you know about the cardboard center
(good thing for the wine to wash it down!)
The Final Ad
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Ad Campaign for Healthworks
Michael recently photographed four of Boston’s top chefs
for the cover of Boston’s Scene Magazine Holiday Issue.
Editor in Chief Lauren Bayliss and Jazz Martin both from Scene,
and Chef Damien DiPaola setting up.
Publisher/Creative Director Bobby DiMarzo supervising.
Hair & Make-up Stylist Michelle McGrath from Team
with Chef Joanne Chang.
Jazz and Bobby checking out the dishes.
The chefs taking a quick break….
(thank you Waterworks Condos
for your hospitality)
…while Michael and Lauren review the shots.
We shot the new litl
webbook for their launch campaign.
They are small, flexible and adorable!
Recent winner for “Best of Show” at the Hatch Awards
Marc Gallucci of Fort Franklin
‘s Aaron “Tango” Tang
looking over layouts at the beginning of the shoot.
Guess who’s in the white gloves with the dust gun,
our OCD photographer of course.
Fort Franklin’s Mandi Wells “lending a hand” as a hand model.
Uploading and making adjustments on set
with a “predecessor” to the litl.
Some of the final ads, to see more go to www.litl.com
Some of our favorites from the shoot with Joseph Leo Bwarie
(aka: Frankie Valli from Jersey Boys)
for all the Jersey Boys fans who requested to see more photos.
See the video we made while shooting here