It's far too infrequent that I get to see my work not on a back-lit screen, where so much of it winds up for web use, but held in my own hands on the printed page of a magazine or piece of print marketing. I always smile when I see my name in print - actual print - and eventually I tuck it away into my tearsheets file. Here are a few samples of late(-ish), dug out from the files.
First, I've been so excited to take on a few assignments for Our State Magazine over the past year or so. Our State does just beautiful work (much of the best of it produced by my good friend and fellow photographer Lissa Gotwals) and I literally squealed the first time I opened the magazine to one of my prints.
Recently some work I did for a wonderful organization, Builders of Hope, was used in their beautifully designed Annual Report.
I've been doing the photography for the Durham Chamber of Commerce' Business & Relocation Guide for the past two years, but I was particularly excited about this year's cover, taken at the awesome, funky, light-filled offices of McKinney.
Whenever I get the chance to have my photographs used in conjunction with Orangeseed Design, based in Minneapolis, I know I'm in good hands. Here are some print materials from Aurora University:
And the beautiful annual report for Feeding America, a simply incredible hunger relief nonprofit whose work has nationwide impact.
A spread for Feeding America in Newsweek Magazine:
And this one is older now, but I always love the chance to work with the nonprofit Hidden Voices and its talented and compassionate director, Lynden Harris.
It's a privilege to work with the clients that I do. Here's to more work off the screen!