NJ Corporate Portrait Photographer
Rich Green is a New Jersey Corporate Portrait Photographer.
New Jersey Corporate Portrait Photographer, Rich photographs corporate, portrait and event photography. His photography covers commercial and healthcare fields. He has worked alongside physicians in hospitals, photographing patients in the operating room, emergency room or patient rooms. When a client needs a headshot, environmental portrait or studio portrait for publication, he is at their disposal. Commercial and healthcare clients can also count on him to provide event photography for special occasions.
His corporate and editorial clients include commercial businesses, universities and colleges. Assignments have included warehouses, high-tech labs, Professors and students in classrooms, television studios, artist and fashion workshops. He has photographed for websites, brochures, advertisements and studio or environmental portraits.
Rich also provides event photography for corporate photography clients. Everything from black tie affairs to all day conferences has given Rich the opportunity to provide his clients with expert photographs for Public Relations, PR press releases, headshots, brochures, magazines, internal and external publications. Rich’s clients include government officials and their need for studio portraits. He has also worked for the state department of economic development that specializes in assisting state and local businesses. The work has appeared as special advertising supplements in newspapers promoting the businesses and the positive work environment in the state.
As a New Jersey Corporate Portrait Photographer, Rich has enjoyed photographing businessmen and women at work, photographing the blue-collar worker on a forklift in warehouses or an assembly line. He has photographed workers in warehouse distribution centers and loading docks, putting stock on shelves in large warehouses, on food production lines in factories and close-ups of workers assembling high-tech electronics. The diversity of the editorial and corporate photography assignments has given Rich a broad experience in tackling the variety of subjects he has photographed.
Besides being a New Jersey corporate portrait photographer, Rich is also a stock photographer. His photographs are presently with Alamy. They include a large variety of subjects – families, teenagers, women, men, travel locations, lifestyle, medical, healthcare and educational markets. There are both editorial and commercial photographs with the necessary releases. Rich loves to travel and takes advantage when adding to his stock photography collection. Locations have included the American West – the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley, Gettysburg, PA. and Washington DC.
He lives in northern New Jersey which, with its proximity to New York City, has afforded photographic opportunities of National Monuments – the State of Liberty – the Manhattan Skyline and the New Jersey Shore. Walking the streets of New York City is filled with stock photography subjects of historical, cultural and entertainment landmarks. The New Jersey Shore is ocean waves, swimming, amusement park rides, families, boardwalks, teenagers, and children. It is about everyone having fun on vacation.
Rich has a daily blog where he comments on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness with photographs from daily life.
Rich looks forward to helping you with your next photographic project. Whether it is photographs for print or website, for brochures, events or press releases or an ad campaign, he is capable of enhancing your project.
So if you need a New Jersey corporate portrait photographer for a headshot, environmental portrait or studio portrait, whether it’s with a studio backbround or environmental photography (using your office or workspace as the backdrop) give him a call. The same is true if you or your company needs a group portrait of several individuals.
As a New Jersey corporate portrait photographer, his clients have always enjoyed working with him because of his affability and easy way about him. His sensitivity with the human condition reminds him to treat all clients with respect and professionalism.
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