A couple photos from a recent shoot with Merrill Lynch fund adviser Roger Carter in his downtown San Francisco offices for Barron’s. These types tend to be extremely busy and time in front of the lens very short. Preparation and the ability to know what you want to capture and do it fast are key.
The farmers market is always a fantastic treat for the palette as well as the eye. Eat plants. Buy local. Meet the farmer who grows your food.
Some recent tearsheets from the Swedish magazine Shape. No, not the fitness magazine. This one deals with business trends. The subject of the piece is David Gottfried, founder and CEO of Regenerative Network, a green building consortium.
Gunnar Sandberg, 16, was hit in the head by a line drive during a practice baseball game on March 11, 2010 fracturing his skull. Initially he was in critical condition and after being placed in a medically induced coma for two weeks he made a miraculous recovery and was released from the hospital seven weeks later. His injury renewed the debate over the safety of metal baseball bats – Gunnar was hit with a ball from a metal bat while pitching. I photographed him at his home in July.
Gunnar shows where the ball struck him.
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