For their 15th Anniversary Annual Report the Dorrance Scholarship Program wanted to do something special, profile past recipients. We started in September with a test shoot in Seattle, and after mid November shoots in Tucson and Phoenix we spent a week traveling between Brooklyn, Atlanta, San Diego and Berkeley. It was a great experience getting to spend some time with each of these amazing individuals. Thanks to Jane Bock of 12Below and Jim Hensley, Executive Director of DSP, for bringing us in to create the imagery for the report.
Camerawerks recently started working on a longterm project with a new Jewelry company specializing in unique handmade Earrings,Necklaces, Rings and Apparel. Here is some of our recent work for 65Allure.com
Camerawerks recently had the privilege of working on the 2014 Annual Report for Arizona Community Foundation. A special thanks goes out to Jane Bock at http://www.twelvebelow.com for her amazing design and The ACF Communication Team for putting us in touch once again with some really amazing people working in our Community. Here are a few of the images we photographed and a little info about these amazing people.
Geile Charitable Foundation:
Robert and Sharon Geile and their daughter, Kimberlie Bayer, make a great team. It is evident in the operation of their Flagstaff business as well as their support for local charities. Each of them has talents and interests that guide their business decisions and inspire their acts of kindness through the Geile Charitable Foundation they established in 2011 as a fund of ACF’s Flagstaff affiliate.
National Forum for Black Public Administrators:
Floyd L. Johnson, Jr. (left) serves as President of the Central Arizona Chapter of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators. He is joined by fellow Chapter Board members Marchelle Franklin, Martin Whitfield, Pam Neal, and Jacques Avent, who is a Founding Member of both the NFBPA and its Central Arizona Chapter.
Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation:
Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is led by Gonzalo de la Melena, Jr. (seated); and (left to right) Mónica Villalobos,James E. Garcia, Susette Coumides, and Alika Kumar.
Thomas M. Leenhouts,MD,Northern Arizona Endowment for the Arts:
Mille Leenhouts’ Sedona home along Oak Creek is designed to accommodate both group and solo musical artists and the people who enjoy listening to them.
The Martins are well known for getting people to follow their lead in making Yuma County such a great place to live. There is much to be proud of for Ron and Stephanie; Jason and Brady, who are not pictured; and Jennifer and Jeffrey.
More info about Arizona Community Foundation and the amazing work they are doing in Arizona please visit there web site at
Its always nice to wake up in the clouds.
Spent some time in Hermosillo Mexico at a local Flea Market and Photographed some of the interesting scenes within the structure. I love to shoot from the hip and see how open everyone will be when in front of camera. Here are some of the people you might see if you go to Hermosillo market. Everything you can imagine to buy from car parts, old electronics, cell phone charger and great food to be enjoyed. You never know what you might encounter when you explore
Hovering over our studio yesterday.
National Pancake Day…..who knew????
Chocolate chip and blueberry by the way……..
We had a client meeting this morning at Lux in downtown Phoenix. Fun being showered with the “skin” of the coffee beans. Still finding them in my hair. Made for a cool image.