Like many offices, we at 160 participate in a holiday tradition known as “Secret Santa.” It’s either fun or terrifying, depending on how long you have been here and also how much you care. Although, I guess if you didn’t care, it wouldn’t be fun or terrifying, it would just be. As we are nothing if not an altruistic bunch, we’ve thrown together this helpful list of past Secret Santa gifts that are still hanging around the office so that you might be inspired to pick out something heartfelt for whatever member of middle management you drew out of a hat. This list is accompanied by sub-par phone pics: Read More
Oh man. It’s been awhile since Five Friday Fquestions, hasn’t it? Yes. Yes, it has. It isn’t even Monday! Boy, are we behind. Boy, is my face red. It’s not. I’m lying.
Which is why we’re bringing you DOUBLE THE QUESTION ANSWERING. Well, one and a half times the question answering. Ok, there are two people in the picture, and those people are creative directors Brendan Quinn and Cory McCall. They share an office, and also many, many bottles of bourbon. So many of them. Editor’s note: due to reasons, all of these questions were answered by Brendan “I hate semicolons” Quinn. Read More
We’ve been on the road a lot over the last year going to trade shows near and far to meet with current and future clients. Outdoor retailer, CES and most recently AMA have all been stops along the way. We thought it was about time that we reinvented our presence at these shows and unveiled our new exhibit space a few weeks back at the AMA Conference in New Orleans. Read More
What I love best about photography is that everyday is a little different. Admittedly, most days are spent toiling to make a hamburger look like the best hamburger it can be (substitute hamburger for automobile, CEO, coffee machine, building, so on and so on…). But the next day you are on to the next project, discovering something new and meeting new people.For example, last week I was shooting in a 9×9 room with no windows for three days straight and the next day I got on a plane and flew to Beijing and shot a culturally diverse, energetic student body for the International School of Beijing (that’s right, your job kind of sucks compared to mine).I can’t thank 160 and all the amazing people I met at ISB enough for this opportunity. I now have a new perspective of that culture and the world and a renewed excitement about the experiences the photography business can provide. Read More