My first 2011 project blogged is actually bow to my Sister Company, Capture M.O.R.
I'm finishing work on three commercial projects that will be posted before the end of January.
Photo by Ryan Siemers
As I've begun to split my event and family work into a new copmany of it's own, I will ahve a little overlap so that audiences get directed to the right place. Below is a highlight of the nights photos.
"A costumed event where elite members dressed as favorite villain or femme fatales! Genghis Khan, Bonnie & Clyde, Voldemort, Catwoman, Cruella De Vil, Yosemite Sam, Darth Vader... we're gonna have a whole lotta badditude up in Minneapolis.
The chillin' part of the party features pH OREM, one of Minneapolis' classiest modern spas. They'll be showcasing a few fabulous mini spa services, and making mischief with us in their industrial-chic space.
The like a villain part of the evening includes a sneak taste of donuts so good they're bad---from the much buzzed-about bakery, The Donut Cooperative. The Donut Co-op hasn't even opened yet, but they specialize in regular and vegan doughy bites!
Mustachioed nonprofit Movember will be on-site (with a whole lot of mustache love fit for you rascals) to chat with the Elite villains about how growing one can save lives in November. They'll be hosting a very special costume contest as well... so that's one more reason you should dress to kill! (Mustachioed ended up having a little bad luck with the weather, namely their Frame and it's attached mustach was the victim of tonights hurricaine like wind storm. But we made the best of it.)" -Yelp Twin Cities
I learned yesterday that Philip Bloom, a film and photography industry icon joined the Movember Movement. I really got a kick out of the video he produced. According to him, he produced this with the Canon 60D.