Tag Archives: Brian Cummings
by Brian Cummings Like most creatives working commercially, I do not always have the opportunity to see final product of the projects I’ve worked on. With an ever evolving world of media platforms, it’s easy to miss the final campaign. Well, … Continue reading
Welcome to the Knife & Flag brand launch campaign photographed and filmed by Brian Cummings. Discover a new breed of artisanship with a brand built by independent craftsmen for independent craftsmen. Starting with aprons built to fit an unmet need, … Continue reading
Here are some images from Altpick photography members to make you smile on St. Valentine’s Day! To see more of the photographers’ work, go to Altpick.com.
Brian Cummings. Commercial photographer. Director. Known for unique conceptual images and ideas. His interest in satire and narrative influences his work behind the camera. As a director, Brian draws on his conceptual chops and design sensibilities to compose striking stories … Continue reading
2012 was a great year for the crew at Brian Cummings Photography. It was a year full of changes, new challenges, perhaps a tiny bit of occasional stress, and a whole bunch of high fives for being awesome. One of their greatest … Continue reading
Imagine that the sweet, beautiful, angelic protagonist of your favorite childhood fairy tale were actually a dangerous seductress, capable of heinous, deceitful acts and unforgivable cruelty towards fictional talking animals in pants and crowns. Need some help? Leave it to … Continue reading
Happy New Year! A big thank you to our visitors for using Altpick.com as resource for finding amazing talent and thank you our members for being part of our art community for 20 years! As we begin 2012 we would … Continue reading
Stay tuned for the last installment, “Editor’s Choice”, to be posted next week. Be sure to check out the previous installments of the Altpick Members’ 2011 Image Round-Up: Artists’ Choices Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 Photographers’ Choices Part 1, … Continue reading
Altpick Members were asked to pick their favorite image that they shot this year. Here’s part two of the photographers’ choices. Take 2. And click.