When I lived in Page, Arizona there was this one spot I loved going after work. The locals called in Beer Can Hill or . There I would go for long walks in solitude, ponder about many things, wrap myself in its silence, and keep on walking–sometimes at hours at end. Also, when I had to make a call that spot had the best cell reception. I called this rock my communication rock, allowed me to connect to the external world as well as my internal. I sincerely miss taking my evening stroll there.
This is an oldie, but a goodie. Last night I was cleaning and organizing my Lightroom and found this from March of 2013. It is my first photography session with Majer Metal Works. They were installing a steel reception desk at RE/MAX Sails in Baltimore. I tagged along with them to capture the installation process and the final product. Who know this would be a start of a beautiful relationship.
Creative Foundation and I collaborated on photographing hero images and head shots for Right Source Marketing‘s new upcoming website. We did the photo shoot in two sessions–one in their Virginia office and the other in Maryland. Everyone at Right Source Marketing was professional and friendly, which made the day go fast.
Goodwood Design Studio designed and fabricated a reception desk and a built-in shelf for JellyFish in Baltimore. The reception desk is 6′ x 2.5′ x 4.3′ (182 cm x 76.2 cm x 131 cm) made from reclaimed heart pine. The built-in shelf is made with lacquered medium density fiberboard with the dimension of 9′ x 9′ (274.32 cm by 274.32 cm).
Majer Metal Works fabricated an amazing reception desk for Parks and People Headquarters in Baltimore. The basic dimension is 15 feet x 30 inches x 40 inches (457.2 cm x 76.2 cm x 101.6 cm). It is made with powder coated steel, reclaimed maple, with white laminate. It was designed by Ziger Snead Architects