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Beverages shot on location

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Our regular longtime clients (and good friends) over at Glory Days Grill contracted with us to work on a new drinks menu. We their beverage director and came up with a few good shots. Want to see more? Give us a call.Image

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March 20, 2014 at 11:56 am

Beer Flights

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Perfect for those hot summer afternoons.

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shot for Glory Days Grill
styling by Harry McMann

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July 19, 2010 at 9:17 am

New tv spot for Glory Days Grill

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A couple of months ago we shot some animation images for Glory Days Grill. They’ve launched a mini site for their sliders menu (www.gotsliders.com)  The shooting process was a lot of fun and took some planning. The agency (Exit 10 in Baltimore)  has also made a short tv spot in support.

Production Company: Freedom Digital
Editor: Nick Szpara

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March 30, 2009 at 10:15 am

Nice to be working again

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August is typically slow for us and up until this week that’s been the case.  Phone’s are a ringin’ now though so look out.  I had a client ask me if I believe in luck the other day and I said I don’t, I like to make my own. He then asked, what about Karma, I said I’m ok with Karma, if nothing else it makes the world seem like a nicer place. The next week the phones started ringing again.  Looks like I have to go do some good now.

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August 20, 2008 at 8:22 am

Cardiologists, look away (originally from 3/31/08)

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Last week we shot for, among others, Glory Days Grill again.  We had several dishes and some drinks to shoot, including the Glory Burger.  Starting with the bun on the bottom, then fried onion straws, half pound burger, BBQ sauce, bacon, cheese, and then the coup de gråce, a fried egg.  All topped with the required lettuce, tomato and onion.  If it sounds over the top it is.  If it sounds delicious, it is.  Tony their culinary director made our food stylist and I one for lunch and let me tell you, it’s wonderful.  If you’re in the GDG service area make it a point to try it, then make an appointment with you trainer.

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April 10, 2008 at 12:31 pm

Glory Days (originally from 8/26/07)

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It’s been a while since we updated the blog here.  With the new house, things have been a little hectic and I’ve taken a lot of time off from work to help get things in shape.  Jen’s design work has also been very busy these past few weeks so I’ve been shifting things around to account for that as well.  She’s almost done with her catalog job for Washington National Cathedral.  Also, one of her primary clients has been Red Hot and Blue restaurants. They changed ownership earlier this year so it’s questionable whether her contract will be renewed, as they’re moving operations to North Carolina.  I’ve been reasonably busy with photography with work for Glory Days Grill restaurants as well as Baltimore Magazine.  I really enjoy working with both as they give me a lot of creative freedom yet always have a good idea of what they’re looking for.

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April 10, 2008 at 12:13 pm