Through our our sponsorship of Wisdom 2.0 in 2015, we met Vlad, the project leader of the Compassionate Leaders Program. The program brings mindfulness practice to inner city high school students and provides them the tools and opportunity to connect with mentors from the project’s corporate sponsors.
Recently, some of the Orange Photography crew took a trip to the movies. We ventured out to see the limited release documentary about the work of social photographer Sabastião Salgado entitled, “The Salt of the Earth”. Salgado left his job as and economist in the mid-seventies and became a full-time photographer. He has traveled much of the world and captured many of the social and global issues of the past 40 years.
As part of our Giving Back Program, we recently partnered with Storytellers for Good as a photography sponsor for their yearly fundraiser. We worked closely with Cara Jones who founded Storytellers for Good, and this Emmy Award winning news reporter turned nonprofit producer is just as inspiring as the stories she brings to life.
break from running for a self portrait on camera phone
Part of my new year’s resolution was to run a marathon this year and I am excited […]
We’re very proud of the fact that we were/are the first photography studio to earn the San Francisco Green Business designation from the City and County of San Francisco. It’s been a value we’ve held as a company since we started and only when there was such a program did we move to get that designation. Here in the Bay Area people are pretty progressive and can see past greenwashing efforts and that’s why we’re particularly proud of the San Francisco Green Business recognition since the program is known to have some of the toughest standards around. […]
Are you going to be at the Junior League’s Hearts of San Francisco 86th Annual Fashion Show tomorrow? If so, look for our smashBOOTH photobooth at […]