What To Wear: I always recommend solids, and its nice to have jewelry to add just a little sparkle. Although this corporate headshot was taken in my studio, it feels like it was shot on-location in a boardroom.Read More
Dr Jennifer Ashton recently visited the studio for this portrait in her upcoming book Life After SuicideRead More
I enjoyed working with Alex Denis and CBS New York for Project Yellow Light billboard ad in Times Square
Delighted to be invited back after our photoshoot for the new President and CEO of CBS Peter Dunn and now contributing to an important public service campaign #donttextanddriveRead More
Photographing Bruce Ratner in my studio I got to know the very real New Yorker beyond the public figure.Read More
Enjoyed working with Jack Petersen of Dynasty Financial Partners for Summit Trail Advisors
Read Wall Street Journal full article “On Working With Financial Executives” on wsj.com
Shoutout to the boss ladies disrupting their industries in style!Read More
Reasons candid photos are useful:
Authenticity that corny stock photos cant convey.
Communicates your sense of collaboration
Shows your team working together
Shares your company culture
Captures a moment
Humanistic and relatable
Journalistic style photos tells your story.
I always encourage my clients to shoot The Street Portrait in addition to their office shoot because some people look amazing under natural light and the backdrop of NYC makes everyone look good.Read More
Orcutt has held curatorial positions at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the New York Historical Society, Harvard Art Museums & the Bruce Museum in Connecticut.
She has contributed to the "Armory Show at 100" show & catalogue, exhibiting over works from the inaugural Armory show in 1913, then called the International Exhibition of Modern Art.
Her Book "Power and Posterity: American Art at Philadelphia's 1876 Centennial Exhibition" will be published in 2017 by the Pennsylvania State University Press.
Orcutt received her B.A. in art history from Hope College in Michigan and her Ph.D. in art history from the Graduate Center at the City University of New York.
Her position began May 16th at the Brooklyn Museum as the Andrew W. Mellon Curator of American Art.
Read more about her here.
I always like getting a call for a job shooting interesting people for a new client. And to top it off they are located across the street at the Empire State Building.
Business Photo Copyright 2016 Michael Benabib
Chris is a Co-Founder of Facebook, the largest social networking site in the world. Most recently, he served as New Media Strategist for President Barack Obama’s presidential campaign and pioneered the use of online campaigning through the political social networking site My.BarackObama.com.
Chris is a graduate of Harvard College, earning a B.A. in History and Literature.