Photography allows me to insert myself into someone else’s world for a short, intense period of time. Whether a traditional office environment, a factory full of dust and noise or the intimate confines of someone’s house, I love relying on my visual instincts to zero in on some of the essential elements that make a strong image.

Recently my crew and I spent one day in one location producing dozens of images as part of a rebrand for Faneuil, a rising star in the customer service sector of big business. On first glance, an office with no art on the walls might appear too stark but when translated into a unique palette for photography we were able to move through the space quickly and efficiently and concentrate on the people and their dedicated focus.

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