When Work Becomes Play

Posted by Matthew Williams on Apr 5, 2016 9:42:47 AM

What makes us passionate about what we do and how do we keep that energy going? It's a question I've been asked ever since starting my photography career nearly 8 years ago. It would be easy to say that it's never been a problem. “The inspiration just flows through my veins man!” But for most of us, and especially me, that's not always true. It takes a bit of nurturing, turning the camera towards things that truly inspire you. Sometimes that means turning the camera inward or maybe just setting the camera down for a bit and finding a little adventure in the mountains while the clouds whip by or pausing for reflection in the serenity of an alpine lake. For me, these experiences nurture my creative passion and excitement for what we do and usually involves working on personal projects and spending time in nature with and without a camera.

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Topics: travel, personal projects, industry, cinematography, production, photography, outdoors

Somewhere Over North Carolina

Posted by Grant Morris on Apr 5, 2016 9:33:23 AM

In theory, this trip started nine months ago. November 2014 was the first time in a really long time that every single member of our company was in the same place at the same time for any extended period. We had a lot of really excellent conversations. We talked about the lean start of our company five years ago, where we are today, and where we want to go. The result was a conversation about our brand.

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Topics: branding, travel, business, personal projects