It’s kind of fun to give “the suits” sledge hammers and reciprocating saws and see what happens. Molina Health Care opens a new clinic in Everett, WA.
Here is where to find all the photos we made on August 6th, 2009.
The main website for the event…. http://cablepalooza.com/
Firefighter Photos: http://drop.io/firefighter0809a/chronological
Deadliest catch Photos: http://drop.io/deadliestcatch0809
Storm Chaser Photos: http://drop.io/stormchaser/chronological
Cigar Bar photos: http://drop.io/cigarbar4272
Candids from all over the event: http://drop.io/candids080609a/chronological http://drop.io/candids080609b/chronological http://drop.io/candids080609c/chronological http://drop.io/candids080609d/chronological
Hockey Photos: http://drop.io/hockey080609/chronological
History Channel Photos: http://drop.io/history080609/chronological
Husky Band Photos: http://drop.io/HuskyBand/chronological
Football Photos: http://drop.io/football080609/chronological
Game Center Photos: http://drop.io/gamecenter/chronological
Massage, Handwriting, and Make-up Photos: http://drop.io/Makeup080609/chronological
Sons of Anarchy Photos: http://drop.io/sonsanarchy/chronological
The Raffle Photos: http://drop.io/raffle080609/chronological
The Sunset: http://drop.io/sunset080609/chronological
The Venue: http://drop.io/beachclub080609/chronological
At the end of the INTA convention in May, 2009 more than 5000 headed for the Museum of Flight to party….
See selected convention photos here (We produced 6000 photos so they are really edited down a lot):
When more than 8000 INTA members arrived in Seattle in May, 2009 we were ready with 3 photographers working for 5 days.
We supplied photography for a daily newspaper, website postings, and a digital slideshow on CD for the members when they got home. Most of the event was at the Washington State Convention Center. A large finale party was held at the Museum of Flight south of Seattle. There were more than 5000 at the party.
See those photos here:
This is our second party for a local Community Bank held at the Madison Renaissance Hotel. We arrived in time to set up our backdrop and print station. Everyone who was photographed left that evening with a photo. We also did some candid work. The hotel staff was accommodating and fun to work with. Here’s what they are saying: “Everyone once again loved the pictures! I love walking around the office and seeing all the pictures.” – Sara “They were more fun than a photo booth!” – Mike
The top spot in Seattle.
This is truly one of the nicest places you could tie the knot.
One of our clients, Gourmondo Catering, had this great party in 2008…. Pravda was the venue.