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June 2, 2010

A Battered Box, a Fearless Rescue and One Brash New Yorker… or What I Learned Photographing the People of “I am FedEx”

With the launch of a new FedEx employee recognition program called "I am FedEx", I was asked to photograph life sized portraits and wall hangings featuring FedEx employees across the company.  The thing I like most about this concept is we're featuring the unsung heroes who perform the magic 'behind the curtain'.  They are the everyday workers, the ones on the frontlines who produce by doing and being out in the field, hubs and stations every day.

January 17, 2009

Mrktng wrks an example that GEN-Y gets it.

A friend of mine's son Turner, is a 9 year old obsessed with the chupacabra. The chupacabra is an urban legend (unless of course you have seen one). Sightings have been reported in Latin America and throughout the southwestern United States. These biped alien, coyote size, reptilian vampires suck all the blood from barnyard animals like turkeys, chickens, goats or sheep.

January 6, 2009

Gen-Y gets it.

A friend of mine's son Turner, is a 9 year old obsessed with the chupacabra. The chupacabra is an urban legend (unless of course you have seen one). Sightings have been reported in Latin America and throughout the southwestern United States. These biped alien, coyote size, reptilian vampires suck all the blood from barnyard animals like turkeys, chickens, goats or sheep.

December 10, 2008

Walking On The Sun

In 2005, FedEx went solar by installing a 904-kilowatt photovoltaic system on the Oakland Hub in California. It took 300,000 solar cells developed by Sharp installed into 5,769 photovoltaic modules to cover the 81,000 square foot area roof. At peak output, the solar-electric system installed by Berkeley-based PowerLight Corporation, can produce the equivalent power used by more than 900 homes during the daytime. In addition to generating electricity, the solar panels will help insulate the buildings, further reducing heating and cooling costs.