The questions we ask our clients are, of course, what kind of images we are creating but also what are you doing with those images? Every one of us has a creative vision, be it for our home, our business or our affiliations. This company, in a sense, is more of an "art facilitator" than a traditional photography studio. We handle the full vision for our clients, from concept and creation to all aspects of photography final production (ie. editing, printing, framing, etc).
Services range from assessing homes and offices to create an art plan, to art creation, acquisition and installation. However, most of our projects are photography-based. In this day and age, with cameras so readily available there are numerous opportunities to create stunning art that is based on the expressions of your own family, community or staff. Developing an art program that includes those most important to you will create art that is most lasting and appreciated.
Paired to this concept of community or staff based artwork is a developing study in the area of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. More specifically, the effect of arts on people and businesses, organizations and groups. The questions being considered are: How do businesses benefit from the arts? Should art educate, inform, incite to action or reflect our strategy? Or should art just be a static pretty picture on the wall? For each business, that answer is different.
What is an "engaging art experience"?
To me, Megan Rhodes, this means helping people or businesses create art that has a deeper meaning or purpose behind it. Essentially, I am an art facilitator. I bring my extensive experience as a photographer, artist, framer, wood worker and installer to creating photography-based art for homes and businesses, both small and large. This is a fully customized process and is different for everyone. The foundation is the same: Photography and Art. What I focus on is bringing images from the lens into the world, from digital into a tangible reality, whether they be my own images, your images or the images of your 2,000 employees. What I hope to create from working together is something bigger than the sum of all parts: art that moves and inspires people, and an experience that will be forever remembered.