Paso Robles Photos

La Bellasera Twilight
Saturday, July 28, 2012
La Bellasera Twilight

Late last year I had the pleasure of doing an intersting shoot in the Paso Robels area. While we were there we stayed in La Bellasera Hotel & Suites, a relativly new hotel that caters to wine tasting clientele during that season. Fortunately this was late December and it was a bit chilly for the wine tasting crowd so we were able to stay in an absolutely beautiful room for a great deal. Now that some of the bigger projects so far this year are done I have time to work on my own self promotions and look back at some of the shots I took just for fun during other jobs. So far this is one of my favorites!


Twin Cities Community Hospital Founder Pavilion in VR
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Twin Cities Community Hospital Founder Pavilion in VR

This is a shot from Twin Cities Hospital in Templeton, California. This tour was completed early in the year, but I just realized I never had time to put it on my own site. This was a really fun trip, and the tour was especially interesting because we produced an HD television spot as well as the online tour. The HD video looks very smooth in a way that flash can't quite match yet. I'll share a bit of that in the near future.

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Twin Cities Community Hospital
Friday, March 16, 2012
Twin Cities Community Hospital

This is an initial test shot from a recent project. Twin Cities Community Hospital in Templeton just finished a large building project and they wanted to show off their beautiful, state-of-the-art hospital. I really enjoyed this project. It was interesting talking to one of the hospital directors as he gave me the grand tour. The main part of the interior shoot took about four hours, and over that time his pride in his hospital and the level of care they provide was quite evident. It was the kind of pride you would expect from a people who care for their patients like they were family.

If you'd like to see the finished product have a look at the tour on their website, www.TwinCitiesHospital.com