I’ve had a lifelong fascination with, and love of photography. My grandparents were amateur photographers in the 1920’s. My father took the family interest to the next level in the 1950’s as one of Omaha’s first broadcast photo journalists.
So, I was destined to be a photographer. It’s in my DNA. It began like it did for my grandparents, using a camera at a very young age. I had a basement darkroom where my interest in photography grew. After taking photography classes at the old Omaha Tech High School, I started my first full-time job as a photographer in 1981.
In 1990 I branched out with my own company to offer photography and video production. I picked up video work immediately, which led to nearly 30 years in the video production business!
So, the focus shifted to motion images, but I always had a DSLR along in case photos were needed. Being able to offer still and motion images has always been a strong selling point. In fact, many of our production assignments require photography as well as video.
We have provided location, project site and field operations photography for the railroad industry, which have been used in publications, training materials, web applications and PowerPoint presentations.
Our action sports and bicycle motocross (BMX) photography work spans four decades. We have supplied these images for book publishers, magazines, newspapers and news web sites.
Product photography is also an area we excel in. We have shot hundreds of product photographs for brochures, catalogs and web sites.
We can take head shot photos of you and your employees, photos of your meetings, events and conferences, and photos or your office exterior and interior. We offer photography services for real estate agents.