Happy MLK Day!
My original plan was to spend the holiday relaxing and playing golf with my wife. However, one of my loyal customers, Draper Inc, needed a job done on this specific day. A large, roll-down screen was being installed and they needed photographs for their marketing.
Since the job was located at a high school, the logistics are SO much easier when school is not in session. I photographed the new GP Middle school recently and they don’t mess around when it comes to security and having vendors on campus (and rightfully so).
Luckily, I have an amazing wife and she suggested I take the gig. Draper has always treated me right and I definitely wanted to deliver for them.
The shoot itself was rather simple, it was more of the logistics that made it complicated. The screen was being installed by a third party the same day, so I coordinated an arrival time. After driving up to Austin and arriving on time, the completion of installation was delayed by a couple hours. As an architectural photographer, this is something you have to get used to. These clients are awesome to work with, so it was no big deal.
Once the installation was complete, I photographed based on the agreed upon shot list. I even got a simple video with my drone that the client could use.