Photographer and film director Vincent Laforet has worked for The New York Times, Vanity Fair, National Geographic and more, and in 2002 he won a Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography for his coverage of post-9/11 events in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Vincent lives in New York and Los Angeles, where he directs commercials for brands like … Continue reading Vincent Laforet
Vincent Laforet, who shared the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography as a staff member of the New York Times, is now one of the world’s preeminent photographers. He is known to push the envelope of photography — whether it was giving a new meaning to the phrase “tilt shift” or using DSLRs for digital … Continue reading How do Gotham & Sin City look from way up there?
Seven years is a longtime in technology — both from a technological and business perspective. Technologies become redundant, behaviors are reinvented and new ideas coming at you like bugs flying into the headlights of a car speeding through the night. And perhaps that is why I am amazed that The Crunchies (which were started as … Continue reading A Storehouse moment!
Last night I hit a unique milestone — I shared my 2000th photo on Instagram! I have been on Instagram since the day it launched and it has changed my life in many ways. I have 19,312 followers and I follow 466 people. My favorite accounts to follow feature photos of snow, sunsets, sunrises, shoes … Continue reading 2000
Storehouse, the visual storytelling service co-founded by Mark Kawano and Tim Donnelly, is celebrating its first year today. It launched exactly a year ago. In that time it has won many awards, but what has been amazing is the growing community of visual storytellers. Mark (who is the CEO) shares some of the statistics in his blog … Continue reading A year in Storehouse