After months of very hard work, we are proud to officially announce the launch of our new brand, Crush, dedicated to serving our growing retail clientele, including weddings, family events, and portraits. To celebrate our launch, we’re kicking off a very exciting Contest and Giveaway, and we want you and your family & friends to participate! […]
Orange Photography celebrates launch of new brand, Crush, by announcing 10K Crush Contest on Valentine’s Day
SAN FRANCISCO, California (February 7, 2012) – Orange Photography, an established player with over 10 years of experience as a leading photography agency, launches new brand, Crush, dedicated to serving growing retail market, including weddings, family events, and portraiture.
According to Orange Co-founder and CEO Jack Huynh, “We want to raise the profile of our retail clientele to the level of service we provide our corporate clients, and offer the same level of engagement and breadth of services. We have been shooting weddings for over 10 years, but our branding wasn’t strong enough. The launch of Crush allows us to better reach, engage and serve our clients, primarily individuals and families, with its own prominent brand and message.” […]
The MPINCC Holiday Reception was a big hit! We broke out our first-ever green screen smashBOOTH, which you can see in action at The City Club of San Francisco (above) and check out the final composited images of attendees at New York City’s Rockefeller Center (below). To top it all off, the MPINCC Community Outreach Committee hosted a toy drive for kids. Donations benefitted the local Veterans Administration Toys for Vets Program.
Great work & thank you to everyone who came out to Bayview Opera House for Help Portrait 2011 on December 10th! We joined SF Camerawork’s First Exposures students, along with Pro Camera, Gassers, RayKo and over 100 volunteers to help support the annual worldwide event, which aims to “give, not take portraits,” offering our local communities an opportunity to look their best for a professional portrait. For many, it was their first family portrait together. First Exposures students announced that they photographed nearly 550 individuals in 5 hours, and volunteers handed out approximately 250 framed prints and CDs to attendees receiving portraits.