An indoor (hotel) portrait of George Bush.
Stephen Wynn, Las Vegas entrepreneur, shot in front of the then under-construction Mirage Hotel.
An on-location shoot, in Betty White’s home.
This appears to be in front of a background, but it’s actually her office.
Another environmental example, as this engineer figured out how to hang Kong at Universal City Walk.
Originally produced in color, but I do like black and white.
Executive, photographed in her office.
An engineer, also shot in the office.
A painter, caught in the act.
An architect in his own environment.
ICM’s founder, Jeff Berg, in his office.
Executive photographed in her office.
Number two woman at AECOM, done in the office – Jane Chmielinski.
A Nobel Prize winner, George Olah, in his USC Hydro Carbon laboratory.
The key people, at the time, when USC University Hospital opened up.
Kim Ebner, Pasadena’s supreme oral surgeon, photographed for her own web site.
Rail engineer, captured in the field.
Courthouse and jail executive, photographed in an abandoned jail.
John Dionisio, who, until recently, was the top guy at AECOM.
This handsome fellow is an AECOM project manager.
Saul Bass, world-renowned designer. He’s probably most famous for designing film credits for the likes of Hitchcock & Preminger.
The legendary production designer/art director Paul Sylbert, photographed while doing a story on him for Smithsonian Magazine. He won an Oscar for Heaven Can Wait.
Paul Hauge, graphic designer and educator, in my Hollywood studio.
One of Cedars-Sinai’s long-standing doctors, LeonMorgenstern, in the studio.
This executive we photographed in her hotel room.
This is a USC donor, in someone’s office, in front of a beautiful piece that just happened to be there.
Photographed for National Geographic, this actor is portraying an ancient Mayan king.
Booker T. Jones, in a studio setting.
The Quiet Beatle, George Harrison.
This is another example of using something that is already there.
An architect photographed in front of a model of his project.
Photographed for USC, in her home.
Los Angeles Port, with an executive of the port.
Peter Norton, of Norton Utilities fame, with his then-wife.
The Long Beach Port and the woman who ran it at the time.
A marketing executive.
An accounting executive.
A USC scientist, done in a lobby.
The namesake of USC’s Dornsife School.
Judge Paul Watford, 9th Circuit Court, who was on President Obama’s short list for the stolen Supreme Court seat.
This looks like President Reagan is in a studio but it was actually his office, just after he left office.
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