Last 2018 Project

Welcoming an Atlas Air 747-400

My client Atlas Air Worldwide asked us to document the arrival and deplaning process of a 747-400 at Fort Lauderdale airport. This was a private charter by the Jacksonville Jaguars and we were required to not show any recognizable people…a challenge to cover the activity and not show any faces! I asked my associates, Andriana Mereuta and Brian Szeliga to help photograph the scurry of activity as the deplaning and unloading happens within 15-20 minutes. Two remote cameras were set up to capture time-lapse sequences. This was not on my clients wish list, just a little something I wanted to produce to demonstrate the capability. I’m very happy with the result! Check it out: <https://vimeo.com/308307414>

What a year! We have had several really interesting projects during 2018, but this last quickie stands out for how well everything fell into place. And the weather could not have been better!

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Larry earned a Bachelors degree from Brooks Institute, majoring in Advertising Photography and his MFA in Photography from Academy of Art University in San Francisco. With more than 30 years of professional experience producing imagery for advertising, corporate annual reports and personal art projects, Larry’s work has been represented worldwide by The Image Bank, Getty Images, since 1987. Active in professional trade associations, Larry is a past President, Treasurer and Director of ASMP South Florida, former vice-president/treasurer, International Board of Directors for StockArtistsAlliance (SAA). During 2010-2012, Larry served as Academic Director for a college photography program in Austin, Texas. He has been involved in photography education since 2004; a member of the Society for Photographic Education. Currently an adjunct professor at three South Florida Colleges. Miami has been his home for the past 20+ years. Always adventurous, Larry enjoys international travel, SCUBA diving, sailing, his BMW motorcycle and his Boxer, Weston, named after the famous photographer.