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!