For Chris, the past 20 years have always been about the people. His true passion is to connect with individuals to capture images of people from every part of the spectrum. Lighting and location skills were learned from coming up through the assisting ranks in commercial photography. Although the Midwest is his home he has been privileged to travel extensively on assignment.
After 20 years of chasing the light, Chris continues to be excited about meeting that next person, challenging that next environment, and at the end of the day, being grateful for the opportunity.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Advertising and Corporate Communication / Serving Los Angeles and all of Southern California.
Dave is an advertising photographer specializing in environmental portraits and location photography. He has been supplying photography to advertising and corporate clients for over twenty years. A Southern California based photographer, his work encompasses editorial, lifestyle, advertising, fashion, beauty, health care, annual report, corporate, industrial, executives portraiture, and enjoys working with children. His commercial and fine art photography showcases his mastery of light and the ability to work well with people. Dave’s schooling at Brooks Institute and graduate work at Syracuse University has provided him with a solid background in the Visual Arts, Commercial Art, Photography, Arts & Humanities.
25 years of annual reports have put me on the other side of the camera from some from the most important CEO’s in the country. Companies like, Verizon, GE, Motorola, the Fedearal Reserve, Blackrock, Vanguard, The Fireman’s Fund, Kraft and Philip Morris. I have also shot the kid next door and Santa Claus. See them all on my website: www.edwheeler.com.
If I were a musician, my instrument would probably be the violin. It
takes years of practice to make a decent sound come out of one.
It’s all about the craft.
I don’t want to make edgy photographs, meant to make you nervous.
I want to make your personal vision(s) come true.
Do I have a personal vision?
However, it changes with the lengthening shadows, and peaks with the