Posts with tag: "food"
Beachin' at Benny's
Friday, July 15, 2016
Beachin' at Benny's

FOOD!!! One of our favorites to enjoy and photograph! We always love shooting at Benny's on the Beach with Montana’s great friend and Food Network famous Chef Jeremy Hanlon. With crashing ocean waves below shooting at Benny's never seems like work but always makes us hungry (trust us, we never leave hungry). With Jeremy's attention to detail on his plates and Montana's mad lighting skills we always produce amazing images that will make your mouth water. The day is usually filled with an audience at the bar watching intently, the occasion seagull attempting a grab and fly and tons of laughter from Jeremy and Montana getting a kick out of how easy the day flows. Once 'It's a wrap!' has ...

Boca Polo Club
Wednesday, June 01, 2016
Beachin' at Benny's

After a multi-million dollar renovation the The Polo Club of Boca Raton called upon us in to create images for their reveal campaign and also to update their marketing images. The shoot spanned ten days, from 4:30am lifestyle shots to sunset dinner images. One of the things that appealed to us about this project is that it allowed us to showcase multiple facets of photography that we do. Over the course of the ten days we shot interiors, food, lifestyle, scenic, tennis and golf. 

Well we made it back from Canada...
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Beachin' at Benny's

Ahoy from the land of palms! We have returned after a 3 week extravaganza of photographing, traveling, eating, and laughing! We started in Washington D.C., made our way to Philly for a shoot with the wonderful Sage Glass, then back down to Sterling, VA for the Junior PGA Championship, then back up to Rochester for the PGA Championship.We began in Washington D.C. shooting the for Sage Glass in the GSA building. We popped over to Philadelphia and photographed one of their very talented architects as well. Here is a shot of Montana capturing this amazing view!Sage glass creates panes that reduce the cost of heating and cooling a building by electronically tinting the glass at different ...