Greentree Hospitality Group ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday March 27, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Ben Hider)
NYSE Event Photographer
If you ever need a photographer at the New York Stock Exchange to cover an opening or closing bell, please email me. You do not own the content taken by the in house photographer. I have several years of experience shooting events on the trading floor and have covered over a thousand bell ceremonies and have photographed on the trading floor of the NYSE and Nasdaq.
I love traveling as a photographer for clients. It allows me some time to see new places and work for new people. Of course a lot of my work is based in New York, but this month I travelled to Las Vegas and Los Angeles for Proscenium to cover 2 large conferences. My main juseob in Las Vegas was to document the incredible set, stage and lighting built and designed by Proscenium. I setup a few remote cameras around the venue at The Sands in Las Vegas and fired them while also shooting center stage with a long lens. I use a few Canon 5D Mark IV bodies with pocket wizard triggers and have found the new Fuji XF10 is a really great little remote camera to shoot stages with. It has a built in intervalometer and 24 megapixel APS-C size sensor. The files are perfect.
Las Vegas Conference Photographer based in New York City
With a giant Chimera soft box we built this little studio in a conference room at Golin and cranked out 58 headshots of the team. The bright white backdrop gave me the idea to make these Avedon inspired black and white frames.
The New York Botanical Gardens (NYBG) is one of the best places in New York City to see the change of the season and nothing could be more colorful than these fall leaves as a backdrop at the Thain Family Forest. Visit Volunteers for Wildlife for more information about helping the birds of prey rehabilitation program,