Mike Tittel for G-Form!

March 23, 2016 in Uncategorized

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Excited to share a little sneak peek of Mike Tittel‘s recent shoot for G-Form! Stay tuned for more!

 

Stacey Van Berkel for Sunbrella!

March 17, 2016 in Kim Knight Represents, Stacey Van Berkel, Uncategorized

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We are so excited to share these recent images from Stacey Van Berkel’s shoot for Sunbrella’s national ad campaign shot on location in stunning Palmetto Bluff, SC. These images perfectly encapsulate the beauty of Southern living! As the unpredictability of mother nature can suddenly surface and surprise us during photo shoots, Stacey and her team did run into a bit of a challenge when a torrential downpour occurred on the set, soaking the beautiful Sunbrella fabrics. Regardless of these challenges, Stacey got crafty and managed to create seemingly blissful sunny weather! Stacey recalled about the shoot, “This project was super fun to shoot because of the fantastic location, excellent styling and dynamic talent. We felt so pleased with the results!”.

To view more of Stacey’s beautiful work with Sunbrella please click here. For an overall look of her work, please click here and here!

Harold Lee Miller Beautifully Captures 100 Year Old Machine Shop!

March 3, 2016 in Harold Lee Miller, Kim Knight Represents, Uncategorized

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As one of Harold Lee Miller’s newest ventures, these incredible images capture the ambiance of the Christie Machine Works Welding Co. in Indianapolis that has been around for over 100 years, and in Harold’s words, “When you walk in you can feel it.” Harold initially visited the shop to repair a vintage Danish lounge chair, and while waiting, he looked around the shop and immediately visualized how he would go about capturing the essence of the place. “The mix of old and newer machines, the colors, the lighting and patina just begged for documentation.”

The owners of the shop, John and Rick Humphrey, allowed Harold to spend a day shooting as they worked. The dark interior served as Harold’s biggest obstacle during the shoot, so he focused on stopping movement and working with the available light to illuminate the faces and equipment. He then retouched just enough to correct the mixed lighting, which included daylight and yellow fluorescence.

The result is a soulful collection of history that will be placed in the image archive of the Indiana Historical Society. Amazing!

To see more images from Harold’s project, click here!