Land trust of north alabama
Land Trust of North Alabama works to preserve North Alabama’s scenic, historic and ecological resources through conservation, advocacy, recreation and education.
They wanted new images taken at a few of their trails to add to their website and use in various marketing activities. I was able to provide them with a gallery of several hundred images and they narrowed it down to the ones they wanted.
Countryside Veterinary Hospital
Countryside was in the middle of a website refresh and wanted images that reflected the comprehensive care and services they provide, and didn't want to use stock images. They have completed their website redesign, and the result is polished and professional.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Mt Zion was in the process of redesigning their website, and wanted pictures of their congregation in fellowship before, during, and after worship services. Having a large gallery of REAL images to choose from has really helped Mt Zion put a more personal touch on their website, which makes a great first impression to new site visitors.
“Pics look great! Thank you so much!” — Katy Brooks (Student Ministry Assistant)
The Eldenbridge Institute provides training to support the development of healthy and sustainable culture.
Eldenbridge Institute was in the process of redesigning their website, and decided that having custom pictures taken that showcases what they teach, would reflect their brand and new website better than stock images. Having an image library will be very valuable as they work to complete their new website.
“The pictures look great! Thanks again for the great photo shoot!” — Alan Booker (Owner, Eldenbridge Institute)
Cinemark Monaco Pictures
Monaco Pictures is located in Huntsville's Bridgestreet and is the complete entertainment destination for moviegoers.
Cinemark recently renovated all of Monaco's auditoriums to have reclining seats, and converted one of the auditoriums to an XD theater. Cinemark wanted a collection of images that showed off the new Luxury Loungers (allow guests to lift their legs all the way up or lean their seats back with the push of a button) and XD theater entrance.
Let's Play is the newest indoor playground in Huntsville. It wanted a large library of images that included empty facility images, as well as images of children playing on the equipment and having fun during the dance party. Images will be used on social media and its website.
“Lauren, I finally got a chance to view the images and they are EXACTLY what I was hoping for! Thank you so very much!” — Andy (Franchise Owner, Let's Play Huntsville)
Google fiber recently came to Huntsville Alabama, and opened a retail space in the Whole Foods shopping center. I was hired to photograph the space, in order to promote the new location on social media.
“Thank you, Lauren! I’ll pass these on to the social team now. We appreciate all of your hard work in getting these to us so quickly!” — Sarah (Marketing Coordinator, Google Fiber)
BIGFOOT’S LITTLE DONUTS
Bigfoot's Little Donuts is a family operated business that opened in early 2014. It is Bigfoot's goal to provide the Tennessee Valley region with unique and delicious donuts at a reasonable price.
I visited Bigfoot's Little Donuts one Saturday morning, and focused on shooting images that show the process, environment, and details. I delivered Brian over 150 images that he now uses on his Facebook and Instagram accounts.
LPL Financial Services
LPL Financial is one of the leading financial services companies and the largest independent broker/dealer in the nation. I worked with LPL Financial to produce environmental headshots, group photos, and client interaction images. Photos are being used on the LPL website and in online and print marketing materials.
“The pictures turned out great! They are going to look great on the new website! Thanks again for all your help!” — Jake Childers (Owner, LPL Financial Huntsville)
Cancer Today Magazine,
Published quarterly by the American Association for Cancer Research, Cancer Today is the authoritative resource for cancer patients, survivors, family, and friends.
I was contracted by Bates Creative out of Washington DC to photograph a local cancer survivor and her family, for a cover and feature story on their Winter 2016/2017 issue. With a short turnaround time for the issue, I delivered a 60-image contact sheet the afternoon of the session, and 8 retouched images the next day.
Oncology Nursing News,
The Oncology Nursing News website and magazine provide the latest news and clinical insights for oncology nursing professionals, plus live meeting coverage, video interviews, and blog posts from your peers.
I worked with ONN to schedule and shoot the subject of their May 2017 cover story, at Huntsville Clearview Cancer Institute. ONN only needed 1-2 images for the feature, but I was able to provide them with a variety and over 20 shots to choose from.