Thursday, September 30, 2010
This past spring I was hired by Quisenberry Design and Cda Casinos to photograph tribal members for a few upcoming digital and print billboard advertising pieces. I thouroghly enjoyed this shoot. They were all so gracious with their time and efforts, and we were able to get some truly engaging images.
I believe there are a number of compelling story lines to explore with this tribe. Hopefully, I will get the opportunity to pursue them in the near future. Stay tuned.
Not sure how many of you out there know about Umpqua Bank. Those of you in the Northwest are probably familiar with their uber-beautiful "store" interiors... yes, they refer to their branches as stores.
CEO, Ray Davis, has really posed the question... what can a bank be? They are redefining the banking industry from a customer experience perspective. From roasting their own coffee to having free internet, to requiring their employees to volunteer (paid) in their communities... this is a CEO who understands how design and aesthetics play a vital role in telling your companies story through the senses.
I recently completed a fun project under the art direction of the Portland agency, Ditroen, that involved photographing engaging portraits of real customers in Portland, Bend, and Sacramento to illustrate their "Connections Make Communities" concept. The result was a 10x10 foot "hero wall" piece of art that has been installed in twelve of their "next generation" stores in Oregon, Washington and California. Cool stuff.