OpenX Photo Shoot

I recently did a photo shoot for Forbes #7 upcoming corporation, OpenX, who handle online advertising. Journal Communications (which includes the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) uses OpenX software. OpenX wanted a candid shoot of the Journal Communications employees in action.

Below are some of my favorites from the shoot, and you can see 16 of my favorites in the Flickr Gallery.
Entrance to the Journal Communications building:
Looking Up Entrance
3 Journal workers, who were all easy-going and had a great sense of humor, pretend to work, while Amy from OpenX’s Pasadena location is in the foreground:
Exciting Discussion
I think this image can apply to a lot of different situations. But he’s just setting a projector:
CU Reaching Up
Journal employee in their lobby, that they in actuality like never go to, as it’s really just for guests. The window-light really brought out her beautiful sky-blue eyes:
CU Woman Listening in Lobby
Pretty cool looking lobby. These guys are also pretty funny:
Wide Discussion in Lobby
They think just ’cause they’re walking away from me that I’ll stop taking photos. I’ll show them!:
Walking Away
Happy Discussion in Lobby
If you weren’t sure where we were, this photo is for you 🙂 :
Walking Towards Sign

New “Milwaukee Blues” Photo

Snowy Cass Median V's
Above is a new photo for my “Milwaukee Blues” Photo Series.

The image is an HDR black-and-white split-toned image of a median I’ve shot before, but now with blue snow instead of sky. It’s a night scene in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, WI. The bench shadows and bird statues are both in V formation, giving the photo its title, “Snowy Cass Median V’s.”

Purchase a high-quality print: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/snowy-cass-median-vs-vincent-buckley.html

Summer photo of same place for “Milwaukee Blues” series below:
Birds of Knowledge of Good and Evil

Milwaukee Blues (Photo Series)

“Milwaukee Blues” photo series started organically. I was hired to shoot video (taking stills for myself as I shot) of notable (or just unique or beautiful) Milwaukee landmarks and recognized that there were many different and beautiful blues throughout the photos.

More photos in the series will be posted soon as well. Below are four stills from “Milwaukee Blues.”
Milwaukee Art Museum (twilight)
Sculpture Park Form (at Discovery World)
Birds of Knowledge of Good and Evil
M.A.M. Water Fountain