Group Executive Portrait

Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath, LLP, West Palm Beach, Florida, Partners and Associates Group Portrait

First, just getting everybody in the same room at the appointed time can be a struggle. Then there is the question of background, props, wardrobe considerations, not to mention hair and make-up. Oh and of course, we don’t have much time, so efficiency is vital. Working with corporate directors, senior executives, lawyers..these are busy executives with limited time for pictures. My crew, stylists and make-up artists thankfully understands this and we are setup and ready to go when the first subject appears. No standing around, no wasted time with us. In the portrait above, the room we used was an empty office in the firm’s building. The baseboard and red carpet, a prop, unrolled as part of our setup. The table, books, sculpture, provided by the firm principles.
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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.