The news about deadly crashes linked to a faulty ignition switch, followed by wave upon wave of recalls, did not bode well for General Motors dealers earlier this year. It conjured visions of worried, frustrated drivers pouring onto lots like Raymond Chevrolet, outside of Chicago.Read details
Armando Ramirez is a longtime participant in AIDS Run & Walk Chicago. Last year, his run represented a milestone: 10 years of living with HIV.
Show your support for Armando and the estimated 23,000 Chicagoans living with HIV/AIDS by joining Team Armando. Register for a 5K run, 10k run or 5k walk at aidsrunwalk.org.Read details
Finding a location at the Alder planetarium for this portrait of Rubina Isaac for The New York Times was harder than you would think. I needed something that would obviously say planetarium, so I came up with these two images.Read details
Yesterday, 40 couples â€” gay, lesbian and straight â€” were married in a group wedding ceremony at Unity in Chicago and I was lucky enough to be in attendance. Here’s a selection of photos from yesterday’s event marking the beginnings of gay marriage across Illinois. Congratulations to all the newly weds!Read details
Earlier this month I created this executive portrait for my client Hyatt Hotels Corporation featuring their new Group President â€“ ASPAC.Read details
I’m so glad that I can finally share these images with you now that the ad campaign has been released!
At the end of winter, on a day when the temperature didn’t reach 10 degrees, I needed to create an ad campaign to promote an organization that competes in summertime athletic events to raise money for charity. Even though it was sunny on the day of our shoot, if I dared take the athletes on location, in no time at all it would have resulted in frostbite and frozen pained expressions.Read details
Using the available light in a space is always my first preference because it leads to pleasing natural looking candid images that document the wedding.Read details
One of my favorite techniques is to use CTO filters (plastic gels that make neutral light look like old fashioned light bulbs) on my lights so that when I tell the camera to compensate for their warmth, the camera makes the rest of the world look blue.Read details