STYLIST MARY BRUSH DAZZLES WITH CHOCOLATE

Mary Brush flew in from California to work on a shoot with Indresano Photography.

This beautiful cake starts with some ice cream.

Stylist Assistant, Travis Grandon does the heavy lifting…

…While Mary smooths thing out.

A lot more goes into making these cakes delectable than you might think.

Attention to details makes all the difference.

 

The crew just couldn’t help themselves… This cake tastes as good as it looks!

SEIDLER BERNSTEIN AND CYNOSURE

Indresano Studio teamed up with Lunchpail Production‘s Derrick DeLuties to produce video and photography for CynoSure.

Hair & Makeup Stylist, Lisa Roche, working on model/New England Patriots cheerleader Alyssa Caddle.

CynoSure’s layout for the ad.

Michael, on set, giving the model some direction.

 

The whole gang showed up for this one- CynoSure and Ad Agency, Seidler Bernstein.

 

Michael and Derick reviewing the images to make sure the photography and video coordinate.

WHEN IT COMES TO KIDS: SAFETY FIRST

Full Contact’s Amy Rappeport hired Indresano for Safety 1st’s new car seat- designed to minimize the effect of side-impact crashes.

When Our Producer  couldn’t find an existing car to meet the “crash specs”, we sent Robyn Maguire, Studio Intern, off to the junk yard to find a car we could mold to our needs.

Robyn prepping the custom smashed car; now with the impact where the child safety seat would be.

Destruction compliments of G&J Towing.

Michael overcoming spacial challenges to get the shot (with the show mom making her way to the front: My Baby’s gonna be famous!).

We moved the studio outside for the day.

Digital Tech, Rob Coshow (a.k.a. Spiderman) going above and beyond his job description to keep the babies entertained.

Full Contact‘s Creative Director, Tim Foley joins Michael in taking a look at the latest shot.

Ryan, from Safety 1st, turned into a kid himself on this shoot!

This little champ takes a break to build up his energy for his next big smile.

Keeping happy babies was a big task, but Ryan and stylist, Beth Wickwire, stepped up to the plate and hit it out of the park.
God Bless them.

Take a look at the photos in use!

LOCATION SCOUTING

Studio Producer, Michele Doucette, along with Phil Henson, Keith Manning, & Janet Kauke of Fort Franklin accompany Michael  to Lynnfield, MA to scout a location for a big, upcoming shoot.

 

Foyer

Zen Room

Living Room

Den

The gang takes a look at the guest kitchen/dining room.

Michele and home-owner & childhood pal, Peg catch up in Peg’s other kitchen.
(You can never have too many kitchens… you need somewhere to serve all that take-out.)

The Fort Franklin team discuss the house’s potential.

RUNNING FOR TIMBERLAND

Art Director Steve Richard from Timberland chooses
Michael Indresano for their new in-store “Running Man” display.

Fort Franklin’s Copywriter Phil Henson moonlights as Timberland’s “Running Man”.

See Phil Run

Steve picks his favorites.

Winding down… Steve and Michael edit down the images after an “exhausting” day of watching Phil run.

Visit your Timberland store in the fall to see the display!

ROD SOX’S DUSTIN PEDROIA VISITS INDRESANO PHOTOGRAPHY

At times we have to venture out of the studio-
it’s a good thing Michael owns this warehouse space.
It takes a lot of set-up for this kind of shoot, but the crew enjoys the challenge.

Intern Robyn Maguire earns her keep making that car shine, while Digital Tech Rob Coshow “supervises” (a.k.a. slacks off).

 

A behind-the-scenes peek at how Michael perfects his acclaimed lighting.
Chevy Dealership Owner, Gary Beard,
takes a shot of his Camaro for the last time.

 

Rob inspects the set-up while Greg stands in for Dustin.

 

Dustin’s arrival.

 

Pedroia gets ready for a quick outfit change, with assistance from WEEI‘s, Emily Starr and Melissa Capuano.

 

Handing over the keys: The Camaro is Dustin’s for the summer, then one lucky winner gets to keep it!

Lunchpail Production‘s Videographer, Jason Jenkins, covered the shoot.

Play his video for complete coverage of the shoot:

PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERS CUP HONORS INDRESANO

PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERS CUP HONORS PHOTOGRAPHER MICHAEL INDRESANO FROM USA
LONDON- Professional Photographer Michael Indresano of USA was presented with the 3rd Annual Photography Masters Cup Nominee Award in the category of Still Life at a prestigious live online Winners and Nomination Ceremony presented by International Color Awards to recognize excellence in color photography.

Thousands of images were received from ninety-two countries. The nominated photographers were selected by a who’s who Judging Panel from the international photography community, including Christie’s (New York), National Geographic (Washington) and Fox Broadcasting Company (Los Angeles). The Panel reviewed the images online over an eight week period and Michael Indresano’s “Shaker & Fries,” an exceptional image entered in the Still Life category, received a high percentage of votes overall.

“The Masters Cup celebrates photographers who operate at the highest levels of their craft,” said the awards Creative Director, Basil O’Brien. “Michael Indresano’s work represents color photography at its finest and we’re pleased to present him with the title of Nominee.”

You can view the 3rd Annual Winners Gallery online at www.photomasterscup.com

INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS, PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERS CUP is the leading international award honoring excellence in color photography. This celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best professional and non-professional photographers worldwide and honors the finest images with the highest achievements in color photography.

RENOWNED FOOD STYLIST, JOHN CARAFOLI

Food Stylist, Food Consultant, and Author, John Carafoli works with Indresano.

Meticulously placing every component is all in a day’s work.

John determines the best angle possible for the sandwiches.

He uses his trusty tweezers to finalize the sandwiches.

 

Taste! Style! Carafoli.

That’s a Wrap!!

If these deli sandwiches don’t cut it for you, check out his gourmet work at:
www.carafoli.com

LEGENDARY BUSINESS LEADER, JACK WELCH

For the first time, someone actually tells Jack what to do… Art Director Brendan Stevens, from the Boston Globe, giving direction.

Brendan and Jack having a private moment.

Jack and Suzy Welch.

Our final shot: Jack on the cover of The Boston Globe Magazine.

SPA DAY SHOOT AT INDRESANO STUDIO

Studio crew Michele and Robyn  (wannabe models) stand-in while Michael perfects his lighting.

 

Hair and Makeup artist, Cynthia Murphy, from Ennis.

Aaah, the avocado/oatmeal face-mask.

Whew… Good thing the “real” models showed up!