• Matthew Frey Photographer
    28
    Mar

    The Start of Something New: Part 2

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  • Mario Andretti's Indycar at Honda Dealer's Show
    20
    Mar

    The Start of Something New: Part 1

    Las Vegas was hot.  The sun beat down on my rental van as I pulled in front of the Mandalay Bay convention center glass doors.  I had about 400 lbs of equipment in the back of the SUV, and the hike from the door, past the aquarium, up the little grade, to either elevator or […]

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  • Collage of photos from 2005
    30
    Sep

    When you’re sitting next to a president

    Chapter 1: From film to the internet The year was 2005, and Flckr was an infant.  The internet was clunky, and America Online popular.  MySpace hadn’t taken the world by storm.  Facebook had just started, but nobody knew about it. Wire services ruled the news media, along with a handful of broadcast networks.   Fox News […]

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  • green screen photo booth image to promote Westworld, Season 2.
    10
    Aug

    Pushing Creative Boundaries

    As COVID-19 continues to murder the event industry, we are all watching more television.  For me, I’m addicted to two shows:  RuPaul’s Drag Race and Project Runway.  Both contest-centered shows remind me of my dad’s most important rule of business: “If they want crap, give them crap.”  (I’ve actually changed the quote slightly to make […]

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  • Podcast with green screen photographer Mike Gatty
    03
    Aug

    Human to Human Contact During Covid-19

    Last week, I was interviewed for a Podcast by Ahron Glazer, Chief Marketing Officer at Executive Media Solutions.  It was a fun conversation!  It’s a little strange watching yourself be interviewed for an hour, but I got a lot out of our talk.  Take a listen and let me know your thoughts. One part of […]

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  • Whoopi Goldberg and Overcoming Dyslexia Billboard
    06
    Jul

    Dyslexia, COVID-19, and The Business of Photography

    It took me one year to learn how to play the theme for Star Wars on my piano.  I was twelve.  I’d look at the music notes on the page, and it might have been written in hieroglyphics.  I couldn’t figure out how to pay attention to the left hand when the right hand was […]

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  • My Office and Prop Room
    12
    Nov

    Blog Series: How We Do What We Do | How business has changed – and how it hasn’t

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