Local morning news can be as bland as your breakfast toast, but WFAA is trying to change all that and they’ve got just the guy… Ron Corning. There’s pretty much nothing this guy won’t do; as you’ll see in WFAA’s February ads. It made for an entertaining shoot and it’s sure to brighten your mornings. Who doesn’t want someone to taste the out of date milk before pouring it into the morning’s cereal bowl? And if mornings aren’t your thing… well, Ron can babysit while you enjoy a night out. What a guy.
On location and at home… I’ve finally gotten Adam out of his refusal to Instagram. Now that he’s joined the party, it’s time to follow along @fishfotography.
inverted wedgies, light reading and cheerleaders… this is gonna be interesting.
The “off duty” Adam Fish caught in a rare moment in front of the lens. Why the green? To celebrate three years of powerful change with Seed Effect. Amazing people doing life giving things. Now that’s a good Christmas Gift.
If you’ve ever worked with Adam, then you know one thing to be true – he’s a man of few words. In fact we joke that he has a max of 15 spoken words a day. This makes writing a blog undesirable to say the least. So how does a man that dislikes self-promotion and talking share new work with others?
One – He hires new representation. Welcome Carissa Nickel of Nickel & Associates; we’re so glad you’re a part of the team.
Two – He asks his wife, Brooke Fish, to take care of his social media.
There you have it. Word reduction in two easy steps. And now Adam is surrounded by ladies/women that will take care of his “dirty laundry” so that he can once again focus on what he does best – shooting. Recently Adam has been busy shooting for Rave Cinema, F!D Luxe, Brand Hatchery, Triumph and more. We’ll be back later with some images/outtakes from those shoots. Until then… catch up on Adam’s daily inspiration via Instagram.
I am so far behind on posting stuff for the website I don’t know where to start…
In Oct. I went to NYC. I went down to see the 911 memorial but I missed my time slot. You sign up for a 30 min window online. I ended up walking over to see the Occupy protest. I am definitely for seeing significant change in how our government and corporations operate. But if I’m honest I was dissappointed…it was more of a spectacle than anything. People taking pictures of people taking pictures and other people holding signs. Anybody with an issue is there in fact a woman about my grandma’s age convinced me I needed to be against fracking.
Our Christmas card was inspired by my expeirence there.