We were going to go to Rosebud to begin with, but ended up with Chez Joel. And that’s not bad! This place is delicious and well worth the bumbling around. We tried other restaurants, but nothing was available. Who knew!
We are in the middle of nowhere. One of our clients keeps a warehouse nearby of all their products. We get to use this space to make the photo happen, which is fantastic! It’s crateland. It’s quiet. And it’s lovely to be in the middle of Ohio. After a hearty vietnamese meal and banter, we start working and get this set set up.
I got out of the staff meeting only to be met with another. This time at the client’s offices downtown. Being there at 8:15a meant a very early start. But, by the time you get back to the office, you have answers and the day’s half over. Too bad this is my last day in the office for the rest of the week. Photoshoot!
Being superficial isn’t cool. But in the case of art director work, it’s imperative that you are a snap judger of everything from people to type to layout. In this case I have to find 15 people — out of 100 or more — for a photoshoot in three days. Usually we have a week. And they’re usually professional talent.