Through an amazing opportunity at my wife's office, Veterinary Emergency & Referral Group ~ Brooklyn (VERG), I was able to decorate the front lobby and main hallway with a few of my favorite pet photographs! I definitely feel honored and privileged for the opportunity and with a bit of help from my friends, family and fellow photographers, I selected a variety of pictures to present as my vision for the space. We decided on using 2.5" think museum quality canvas wraps for a consistent theme throughout the office and I am extremely pleased with the results!
A huge amount of thanks goes to the awesome staff at VERG for their support and encouragement with the pictures and obviously, I could not have even dreamed of the opportunity let alone fulfilled it without my amazing wife!
Lastly, I just wanted to thank all of my former clients for allowing me to take these pictures of their cherished four legged children! :)
I ordered 20 canvas wraps ranging in size from 16x20 to 20x40 for various places in the office. To say I was a bit overwhelmed when they arrived would be an understatement.
I went through and checked them all and they all looked perfect!
For Lobby/Waiting Area, I went with an all black and white theme for a very clean and open look to the room
The 4 wraps side by side are each 24"x36"
The 2 wraps on the right are each 16"x20"
Facing the front door
The 2 wraps on the left are 16"x20" and the vertical wrap is 24"x36"
For the front desk, I wanted to separate the areas a bit and further their branding with a landscape 20"x40" wrap of the Brooklyn Bridge in color
From the front desk, you walk into the main area with the exam rooms and due to the narrow quarters, I selected color photos so that they would really "pop" off the walls
The wrap on the right is 24x36" and the wrap on the left is 24"x24"
Both of these wraps are 16"x30"
For all of the canvas wraps, I used White House Custom Color and they did phenomenally well! I'd love to hear your impressions/comments on everything! Selecting the pictures and the placement of those pictures was possibly one of the hardest things I have ever had to do in photography because I have always been and always will be my harshest critic (like most photographers)! =)