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For the Love of the Chase

November 7th, 2013

by Liz Ream An early morning tailgate, followed by a ride on horseback up and down the hills of Virginia, and topped off with a huge southern breakfast complete with Jim Beam. This is the modern day fox hunt. For a historically controversial activity that has been banned in the UK, it doesn’t sound so bad. When Peter Taylor received a call from Saveur Magazine …

North Carolina Diary, Part II (Luquire George Andrews (LGA), BooneOakley, WrayWard)

December 26th, 2012

by Maria Luci After four meetings that took us from Raleigh to Greensboro, Kayleen and I ended our second day in North Carolina at Lewbowski’s Grill in Charlotte. There, we met with some of our Charlotte crew—Dhanraj Emanuel, Peter Taylor, James Quantz Jr, Liz Nemeth and Tibor Nemeth—and threw back a couple of cold ones. Unfortunately, I couldn’t convince anyone to try Lewbowski’s specialty drink, …

A New York Minute: More Portfolio Videos

February 11th, 2010

Our producers Amanda and Ben are back from a snowy visit to New York, where they shared our photographers’ books at McCann Worldgroup and Avanti Press. They met first with McCann’s art producers who work on several brands within the agency. Of interest: one of their producers working on the L’Oreal brand regards “elaborate” portfolios as the sign of an amateur photographer. She’d rather see simple …

Boats, B-Ball, and Bengals

April 6th, 2009

Robert Holland / Miami Lifestyle / Kids / Travel / Action & Adventure / Sports & Fitness www.robertholland.com Comfortable shooting from helicopters, boats, and cars. Uses remote cameras, too. Now recording audio on still shoots. Recently worked in Bimini. Movie trivia: final scene of the Silence of the Lambs was shot there. Clients tell Robert he’s a “cloud freak”. He takes that as a compliment. …

Elephants at the Waffle House

November 14th, 2008

Whenever you need images of elephants at the Waffle House or pet tigers being walked down main street, our Charlotte photographer James Quantz Jr. is your man. Though traditionally a landscape photographer, James found that art buyers were increasingly interested in seeing his more conceptual animal and people photography. Surprisingly, James does not use stock photography, and shoots each of the elements with the final …