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Hospitality

Expedition to Paradise

Expedition to Paradise

There is an old joke among photographers about getting the phone call for a dream assignment in Tahiti.  The usual response is, “I am still waiting.”  In my thirty-year plus career, I have been luckier than most photographers in getting overseas assignments, usually for U.S. cruise ship and hotel companies.  But photography has changed a […]


Hotel Alise

Hotel Alise

Pineapple Hospitality is a boutique hotel group based in Seattle.  They have been expanding up and down the west coast. Their first hotel in San Francisco, Hotel Alise, is an early Twentieth Century classic just off Union Square where they are making a serious effort rehabbing and rebranding it.  We were asked to create a […]


The Convention Circuit

The Convention Circuit

Spring is the time of year for national conventions and many trade shows. These conventions have become big business for their producers and frankly, I am amazed at how many companies pay the large fees and allocate huge resources to attend these events, but they do. From very small product people, to Fortune 500 corporations, […]


Growing Old

Growing Old

    It has been a while since we were asked to shoot an elderly care facility, but recently we photographed two with more in the wings.  I don’t think of myself as old, after all I do have college-aged children who periodically darken my doorstep and routinely call for cash, but at some point […]


Hospitality: Signs of life in the Hotel Industry

Hospitality: Signs of life in the Hotel Industry

Working with hotels, restaurants and cruise ship companies has always been a key client constituent of ours. Although their business models and marketing approaches may have changed over the years, people still need a place to eat, meet and sleep when away from home. And hotels still need great photos of their properties.