Maximizing Celebrity Engagements Through Media
There’s no doubt about it, celebrity appearances are one of the best ways to boost sales and branding. Having a celebrity endorse your organization with an appearance can instantly change its public perception by inspiring consumer confidence, credibility, and legitimacy. Their likeness will grab the audiences’ attention and add a touch of curiosity to your event, which increases the buzz and attendance around it.
But how will you prepare for the engagement to make the […]
WWF Bridging the Gap Between Climate Change and the Youth
Ways Event Planners Can Help Photographers Get The Best Results
Often times, when planning an event, you can just hire a photographer and rely on them to do their thing. But there are always ways to help them out so they can position themselves to get the best images out of the event as possible.
After all, getting great shots out of your event is a significant way to drive anticipation for your potential guests. In fact, the images can turn out to be an essential way in […]
Giving Back with My New Red Shoes
We were very fortunate to collaborate with My New Red Shoes at their event in East Palo Alto last week. The organization is a nonprofit whose purpose is to serve underprivileged children by providing them with clothes. This event in particular was a shoe giveaway where families would show up at their time slot and select a pair of shoes for the child to take home.
We contributed by […]
Help-Portrait 2016 with First Exposures
We again participated in Help-Portrait this year donating printers to print the donated portraits. We're sharing Help-Portrait 2016 photos in this blog post.
Inspirational reading for photographers: Brené Brown and Austin Kleon
Inspiration is something every creative we know has struggled with from time to time. We’re the same and find it valuable to get out of the photography world and seek inspiration in various facets of our lives. Whether it’s seeing a movie, going to a gallery opening or the ballet to reading a book.
Recently I saw my photographer friend Helena Price post about some books she […]
For Christmas, my parents got me a bit of “light” reading, Andy Warhol Polaroids 1958-1987 by Richard Woodward. Okay, so there isn’t much text, but this behemoth of a coffee table book weighs about five pounds and opens to full page spreads of nothing other than Polaroids. I have noticed that despite the fact Polaroid no longer exists, […]
Orange visits the Exploratorium After Dark
A few weeks ago, Orange ventured to After Dark at the Exploratorium. The Exploratorium is an awesome San Francisco museum where physics, social, and even a few biological experiments all live together under one roof. […]