This crew is so stylish. I had a good time shooting their fall family pictures.
Creative teams often hold the support beams up for many company divisions to do their own work. But, when company leaders value creativity as a key to the company’s future – creative teams are empowered. Creativity goes beyond art and making stuff, it has to do with how everyone in the organization approaches growth obstacles the company is facing or how customers are served.
Check out this piece from our company CEO on a “vision scape” he had commissioned to serve as a talking point around the importance of creativity and the art of possibilities. Video cred to my creative team members Nick Anderson and Evan White for their good work on the piece, along with interns Erica Weingartner and Erin Hatfield.
Tell the story of your organization. What do you truly believe is core to your business and how will you make a story around those values? Sharing company values and culture can be important for potential clients, current and future employees, and those in your field to see.
The most American man ever.
I grabbed this shot of my cousin as he walked in front of me during our family 4th of July get together. Later, this pic was dubbed, “The Most American Man Ever”.
Truth is – he kind of is. He is the most American man ever.
Call him what you will, the most American man ever, the most patriotic man ever, the great American badass – it all leads to the same image. No funny post on collegehumor.com or pic of Abraham Lincoln riding a bear waiving guns could ever be as American and Patriotic as a marine who stood up for you on foreign lands, hand in hand with his fellow marines, to be certain we can continue to live in freedom. Here’s to the most American Man Ever – which does (in turn) make this the most American blog post ever.
(image rights Matt Peterson 2014 “The most American man ever”)