A major facility servies corporation (representing over $3 billion in facilities-related budgets worldwide for more than 1500 clients) had a need for photographs of the wide range services they provide.
A party of five made a trip to Houston to perform an intensive 3 day photo shoot: two client contacts, an account executive, an art director, and myself.

We ventured to 5 locations: a brand new correctional facility, Minute Maid Park (home of Houston Astros), Reliant Stadium (home of Houston Texans), Houston Opera House (I forget the exact name at the moment), and a ballroom.

There was alot of work to be done in such a small timeframe. The five of us rallied together and worked well as a team. There's no way we would have performed the job at the level of quality we achieved without each person playing a role in the process. Of course, I can't forget our models. All the models are actual employees of the respective facility services company. They were very cooperative, friendly, and patient. I felt it was important to approach each "model" in a friendly, appreciative and professional manner. After all, they are taking time out of their busy (and hard-working) day to help us out.

It was also fascinating to witness the behind-the-scenes activities at these different locations. The jail was most interesting. You can see that in one of the shots I was inside a jail cell. I was hanging off the top bunk bed to take the shot. We got to see the basement of the opera house, roam around an empty major league baseball stadium, and witness how an NFL stadium gets cleaned after a game.