This image is part of a photographic editorial series shot for Johns Manville illustrating the industrial process involved in preparing glass formulas for fiberglass insulation production.
These commercial process photos taken for Proper Grounds Coffee Roasters illustrates the coffee brewing process from roasting through pulling the final coffee shots.
These commercial process photos were taken for Johns Manville illustrate the flammability certification testing process that their products endure before becoming available as actual products.
all the marbles
These artistic commercial product photos were taken for Johns Manville as a thank you for hiring me for the shoot. The marbles are used in the manufacturing process for their fiberglass insulation product line.
trial by fire
Shot for Johns Manville, these commercial process photos captures their R&D glass development process.
These architectural and product photos taken for Johns Manville were taken to show off their acoustic testing environments (reverb chamber, and anechoic chamber) as well as illustrate their products within the testing environment.
These commercial product, and process photos taken for Restaurant Rejuvenation were taken to show off the beauty of their work as well as their refinishing process. The product and abstract artistic photos were taken to show off some of the more interesting aspects of the restaurant.
These architectural photos of the albedo statue illustrate the beauty of not only the sculpture, but of the appropriateness of the placement of the piece in the structure. The photo also illustrates the radiant color shift of the glass that occurs when the sun refracts at the proper angle and time of day.
These commercial process photos were taken for Restaurant Rejuvenation to show off the beauty of their completed work as well as to illustrate their refinishing process.
These architectural photos were taken for fun at various locations.
These architectural photos taken for Johns Manville were composed to show their sound treatment products without blatantly focusing on their products. The key to these photos is in the framing of the shots. The products exist primarily in the ceiling tiles, carpeting, and wall coverings.