Bill Gallery is a fly on the wall corporate photographer. He shoots photo essays and working portraits for annual reports, branding books and special projects for clients like Apple Computer, Morgan Stanley and Herman Miller. Using a documentary approach he does not pose or produce pictures, he takes them from real life as they are found,unobtrusively without lighting or crew. This approach has proven itself with clients who want to credibly illustrate their people, products and customers without bringing the workplace to a standstill. It is also useful when there is a lot of ground to cover, whether it be all under one roof or around the world. Bill works alone, is a quick read, versatile, has a strong sense of composition, is self art directed and shoots for the full frame. His work has appeared in all the important creative journals and is widely recognized in the field of corporate photography. Clients include Apple Computer, Mastercard, Fidelity, PBS, JPMorgan Chase, Coca Cola, IBM, Merrill Lynch, Accenture, Time Warner, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Netscape, Herman Miller, Morgan Stanley, Clorox, Gulfstream Aerospace, GE, International Paper, Burlington Industries, Boston Scientific, Idealab, NY Presbyterian Hospital, Mass General Hospital, Farm Aid, KLM Airlines, Comcast, Duke Energy, McKinsey, Cognos, Thomson Reuters, Harvard University, Washington Post and many others.
Dan Lamont is an internationally recognized, award winning photojournalist and a long-time contributor to many publications including Time, Newsweek, Life, Businessweek, Forbes, Fortune, The new York Times, Smithsonian, GEO, Stern and Der Spiegel. His corporate, advertising and nonprofit clients include Microsoft, AT&T, Uniliver, Acccenture, The Ford Foundation, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Casey Family Programs, United Way and Volunteers of America. Dan is an expert in production and business analysis for independent content producers. He holds a Master of Communication in Digital Media and is a sought after speaker and teacher. His courses, lectures and workshops have been presented by The University of Washington, The Art Institute of Seattle, The Photographic Center Northwest, The American Society of Media Photographers, The National Press Photographers Association and the Society for Photographic Education. He sits on the University of Washington Communications Alumni Board and is a former Director of the AMerican Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), Past-president of the ASMP Foundation, and served on the board of the Blue Earth Alliance.