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We clicked our heels together and…

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Since we did it minus the ruby shoes, instead of back in Kansas, we found ourselves back at the Georgia Aquarium, and this time for a client’s annual kick-off.

The GA Aquarium is a favorite venue for corporate events because of its flexibility and space, not to mention the company of our graceful friends in the water.

For this event Corporate Events Unlimited handled the planning, while Bold American Events & Catering did the decor, which was a coral-inspired theme with vivid reds and blues.

Guests were serenaded by the Yacht Rock Schooner band.










Team Building with Tribal Drums

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The folks at Corporate Events Unlimited are at it again. We were out in the sun with them last time, this time we covered a corporate team building event for them held at night.

The venue was stunning…
Outside Decor Shot


the décor was spectacular…

Table Setup for the Event

and the food was spot-on…


What made this event really special was the activity that night.

Every person was given a drum to play with to communicate non-verbally and foster unity through music; reminiscent of native tribe rituals and celebrations where the whole community gathers around a campfire.


The amazing and talented team from Drum Café led the night as they guided the company to become a tribe that embraces individual diversity and leadership.

Drum Cafe team leading the tribe

Drums are fun

Having fun at Summerour for a team building event

Raise the Roof!

200 Ways to be Amazed at 200 Peachtree

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When I am on-site shooting, I am focused – almost to a flaw. I am intently watching the flow of the event, thinking about the best camera settings for the situation, testing light temperature and exposure, looking for lively interactions between guests, visualizing what alternate perspectives may look like, keeping an eye on my assistant to make certain his lighting is not in my shot, looking behind me to make certain I am not obstructing the view of the guest (I am a HORRIBLE window), and many other tiny tasks that make up my definition of “professional event photography”. Rarely do I actually take my eye away from the camera and pay attention to the experience that is happening in front of my camera – the experience is for the guest, and my job is to capture it.

Sometimes though, the experience has too much impact to ignore! Such was the case this past Saturday night at 200 Peachtree: Corporate Events Unlimited teamed up with PWP Studio and more of the city’s best to create a magical night for our client and their employees.


Downstairs we greeted guests on arrival with a step/repeat logo wall we designed while our team upstairs captured guests enjoying drinks and passed hors d’oeuvres.

Once dinner was seated, roaming coverage continued and we changed our portrait station to a custom 200 Peachtree ballroom background created just for this event – we all really had a good time with it!

Dinner was followed by a smashing production display combined with a brilliant aerialist show and rockin’ soundtrack. Yes, I did take lots of pictures, but there were times when I was literally dumbfounded [chin + floor] by my surroundings – it was cool!

All in all, it was a great evening – thanks to our wonderful client for inviting PWP to capture this event for the fourth consecutive year, and to Gary and Paul for helping me capture this fantastic night!! Oh yea, – also to this nice lady who jumped behind the camera and screamed, “SAY CHEESE!”.