May, June and July has flown by. I am greatly appreciative for all of the great an exciting jobs I have been lucky enough to work this summer. Unfortunately many of them have been jobs when the job is done, much to my dismay I hand over the images. I try hard not to do this, but sometimes the circumstances cause me to compromise. So as much as I would love to show off my tangible proof of a lot of what has been keeping me busy I do not have access to much of it. Here are a few of the jobs that I can share.
I had the great privilege of photographing the 30th Annual Chicago Hunger Walk for the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Directly below is a shot I grabbed before the walk started as Governor Rauner pulled up on his Harley as he greeted and congratulated the amazing Kate Maehr Executive Director and CEO of the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Second below is a shot from atop the Start banner structure. One of the great things about photography is the VIP type of angles and access you often have.
I also had the luxury of experiencing one of the best views I have ever seen of the city of Chicago from the home of resident Bob Buford. Mr. Buford's home was one of the most impressive I have ever seen. It was an honor just to see the city from that perspective. Pictured below The Governor of Ohio John Kasich speaks passionately to a small crowd in the private residence about some of the issues he takes seriously. I was surprised and impressed by what the Ohio Governor had to say. He has since thrown his hat into the Presidential run. The picture second below is a photo of me between Reince Priebus Chairman of the Republican National Committee and The Governor of Ohio. My favorite thing about Corporate Location work is the interesting places I find myself that I never would have imagined.