The New School Additions

The New School had new additions made to their campus in Fayetteville that are very impressive. The three main facilities were the JB Hunt Family Innovation Center, Johnelle Debusk Hunt Academic Building and the Athletic Center. The contractor was Nabholz Construction, with architects Hight Jackson in Rogers and SLAM Collaborative in Connecticut. The campus grounds are larger than you would think, and the new additions fit nicely and greatly compliment the grounds and beautiful landscaping.

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The normal view of the above photo of the Johnelle Debusk Hunt Academic Building. It's the little things that greatly distract from the scene that I'm always aware of. In this image, not only has the sky been replaced but also grass, distracting signage, damaged step decals, specific area exposures and also digital water at the pool in foreground.




New School JB Hunt Family Innovation Center in Fayetteville, Architecture commercial photographer Branch Photography for Nabholz Construction and Hight Jackson Architect

As with the above image, this one has similar work done, mostly to correct the grass to where it would be natural in a few months.

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Tag Heuer Watch

Why is it men like watches so much? There are several opinions but I think it's symbol of masculinity and maybe even power. Basically makes him feel good, much like diamonds & jewelry do for ladies. Personally, I love watches, I have a variety from wooden to very heavy obtuse ones. Look at men's magazines, one thing you'll find is a lot of advertising for watches.

I'm constantly challenging myself to create images that stretch my creativity and skills as a photographer to set the bar higher each time. This project was a Tag Heuer watch, graciously on loan from Romance Diamond Company in Fayetteville. I chose this particular watch because of the mechanical detail in front and back. I spent the better part of nearly 2 days creating a variety of looks to see what worked and did not. You can see the elaborate set up in the behind the scenes photos, each light, flag and stand serves a specific purpose.

This was was amazing, to say the least, you can't help but admire the detailed workmanship. If you're in the market for great watches, or any other jewelry, check out Romance Diamond Company on Dickson St in Fayetteville.


Tag Heuer watch product photography by Branch Photography, Fayetteville Arkansas in NW Arkansas
Product photographer Branch Photography of Fayetteville AR of Tag Heuer watch in NWA
Tag Heuer Back of watch Product photography for commercial photographer Keith Branch of Branch Photography in NW Arkansas
Product Commercial Photographer Branch Photography of watch face in NW Arkansas Fayetteville
Product Commercial Photography by Branch Photography in NW Arkansas for marketing and advertising watch
Behind the scenes watch photography by product commercial photographer Branch Photography in NW Arkansas

Noodles Italian Kitchen

In Fayetteville and NW Arkansas, we are blessed with a wide variety of restaurants to choose from, and many of them. One of my favorites is Noodles Italian Kitchen in Fayetteville. Noodles has been around in Fayetteville since 1999 and thousands of people frequent it for not only the great food, but also it's warm inviting atmosphere that is dimly lit with an italian decor. The food and service are always great, you'll always leave full and happy.

When you look at the menu (and website), you'll see the food photos I created a few years ago. NOW, the next time you visit Noodles, you can say "HEY, I know the photographer who created these yummy photos in the menu!" to impress your friends! :)

Recently, I had the opportunity to create images for further marketing to feature the ambiance, service, behind the scenes and feel of Noodles. Being behind the scenes, I had a great view of how well orchestrated the work flow goes and how quickly they work to serve you, it is truly a well oiled machine. The entire staff I worked with was very nice and helpful in any way I needed. Noodles is one of those restaurants you can always count on to be fully satisfied every time. I had the opportunity to photograph a few scenes of a portion of the dining room with one of the kind servers, behind the scenes in the cooking area full of large flames and capable mixologist in the bar area that will all be featured in local advertising and marketing in the very near future.

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Cooking in action with flames and fire by Branch Photography for Noodles Italian Kitchen in Fayetteville Arkansas

Bartender mixologist in action pouring a drink for a customer by Branch Photography for Noodles Italian Kitchen in Fayetteville Arkansas

Preparedness Comes with Experience

We've all heard of Murphy's Law, "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong". We all try to avoid this, especially in business since it is a direct reflection on us and our brand. The first way to avoid the 'inevitable' is knowledge, the best way this is achieved is through experience, we learn through experiences, mistakes and learning from them.

Another way is being prepared, 'just in case' something happens, this is something I learned a long time ago. When going on location, I always carry backup, yes, it makes for a larger load but I know I'm prepared just in case, since I've been through several situations and learned from them. I always carry a backup camera, lens, batteries, backup flashes, cords, etc. that is, I have at least two of each just in case, say, a camera falls? This has actually happened a couple of times, as stressful as it is, I carry on with the session objective in mind and deal with the problem later, because I have a backup that will complete the job. One example was a wedding about 25 years ago when I was moving from the church to the reception and the camera fell off the tripod on to the concrete, when I picked it up, all i could hear was broken glass inside the camera (in the film days). I had another camera that did the job just as good and carried on. I once had a strobe start to smoke and over heat, I immediately unplugged it and replaced it with the backup.

Another way of being prepared is knowing the environment and situations of the location. As much as I communicate about the photography project, there are times were I'm not able to see the location until I arrive. On these occasions, I bring more than enough equipment to handle a variety of lighitng scenarios, my therory is that it's better to have too much, than not enough.

It's all about making sure the customer gets what they want and delivering the quality images they expect in a professional way. If you ever have a session where the person taking the photos shows up with only a camera and flash, be forewarned, not only are they not prepared, but they also don't have experience needed to provide the images you really want.

Shown below is a sample of the equipment taken to on location jobs, it always varies. Not shown are the light modifiers, tripod and stand.

Backup photography Equipment

Backup professional Photography equipment

Fashion Project

Every so often, every good photographer has to experiment, play and expand on what they already know and do, this is how we get better. To do this, we need a 'muse', one definition of muse is "… a person or personified force who is the source of inspiration for a creative artist". Kirby Jett Harris has always been a very kind and willing model and a joy to work with. Within this project, even though her best feature is her smile, I wanted a different look, one that would expand her range.

Inspired by many photographers around the world I had some images in mind I wanted to create. A photographer is an artist in ever sense, to create and be creative, we have to think outside the box and explore new options and our creative side. This short session yeilded a great variety in a fun photo project.

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High Key Fashion photography at Branch Photography
Fashion photography Behind the scenes at Branch Photography

Rogers Lowell Chamber Celebration 2019

Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce held their annual Celebration event Saturday February 2 at John Q Hammons in Rogers. This was my fourth year to photograph this event. This year was dedicated to honoring Dick Trammel. If you live in NW Arkansas, this name his very well known, if not, take a moment to familiarize yourself with his brief bio here, and this does not cover all the many boards he has sat on and his many accomplishments for Arkansas. Also check out KNWA's video.

The event was amazing! After the cocktail hour, the event started with the University of Arkansas mascot 'Pork Chop' mixing and mingling through the crowd followed by the traveling Band and Razorback Cheerleaders getting things kicked off. As Dick was a Razorback Cheerleader in the late 50's and has participated on the field with the cheerleaders at homecoming football games for over the past 20+ years. Dick got on stage right in the middle of them to cheer and "Call those Hogs"!

Then came the awards portion of the evening starting with the Small Business of the Year award which went to Sam's Furniture. Sam's Furniture is constantly supporting and sponsoring many worthwhile events and charities throughout NWA and does an incredible business in Springdale with their 100k sq ft facility!

The list of speakers this year was very impressive with Senator John Boozman, Congressman Steve Womack and ending with former Arkansas Governor Mike Bebe. They all gave incredible talks almost, which any comedian would have been jealous of, everyone was constantly laughing and hooked on every word.

A portion of Governor Bebe's speech stood out in my memory. He spoke about the uniqueness of NW Arkansas, how it's like one big city when we refer to "Northwest Arkansas", not necessarily Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale, Fayetteville, etc, but we're all here together in one region, this type region is very rare if exists at all. He went on to say if Washington had the camaraderie, kinsman ship and willingness to work together as the people of NWA, things would be much better and much more would get accomplished.

A surprise visit also came from Santa himself. Now you're thinking WHY SANTA? I remember shaking Dick's hand and chatting with him in the past, I would ask "How are you doing?" he always answers with a big smile "Every day is Christmas and night the 4th of July"! That was his answer to everyone, and when he said it, you believed it!

Throughout the evening, Dick Trammel was presented several awards including a highway named after him among many others. Dick will also be Congressman Steve Womack's guest at the State of the Union Address in Washington this week.

Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce Celebration on location event photography by Branch Photography NW ArkansasTable Sponsorship at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch Photography
Dick Trammel at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch Photography
Govenor Mike Bebe - SenatorJohn Boozman at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyRazorback mascot Pork Chop at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyCall those Hogs with Dick Trammel and University of Arkansas Cheerleaders at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch Photography
Small Business of the Year - Sam's Furniture, Joe and Larra Donaldson at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch Photography
Congressman Steve Womack at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyDick Trammel Highway dedication at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyEvent Photography with Dick Trammel and Santa at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyGovenor Mike Bebe at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyDick Trammel Awarded at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyEvent photographer honoring Dick Trammel at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyNW Arkansas Event Photographer at Rogers Lowell Chamber of Commerce celebration at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch Photography

Rogers Historical Museum

The Rogers Historical Museum has a great new face and one with a incredible back story. The new location was a Ford dealership over 50 years ago, read a little more here. Nabholz Construction completely renovated the building and added on office space.

In the photos you'll notice the original ceiling and brick walls, the amazing part is the front lobby floor is all original from decades ago, I can't imagine the care and precision it took to make sure that and the curved exterior glass windows stayed in tact. So much more was kept in place from the original too. Inside you'll see information about NW Arkansas, Rogers and the history of Rogers as well.

Exterior Marketing photography of Rogers Historical Museum in Rogers Arkansas commercial architecture photography for Nabholz Construction by Branch Photography in Fayetteville NW Arkansas

Construction Interior of Rogers Historical Museum lobby commercial architecture photography for Nabholz Construction by Branch Photography in Fayetteville NW ArkansasStagecoach at Rogers Historical Museum commercial architecture photography for Nabholz Construction by Branch Photography in Fayetteville NW Arkansas

Rogers Historical Museum Interior commercial architecture photography for Nabholz Construction by Branch Photography in Fayetteville NW ArkansasRogers Historical Museum Interior commercial architecture photography for Nabholz Construction by Branch Photography in Fayetteville NW Arkansas

Rogers Arkansas Historical Museum commercial architecture photography for Nabholz Construction by Branch Photography in Fayetteville NW Arkansas

Rogers Historical Museum Offices commercial architecture photography for Nabholz Construction by Branch Photography in Fayetteville NW Arkansas

Stribling Inc

Fletcher McQueen, Logistics Director with Stribling Inc, recently contacted me needing images of their facility. They co-pack, warehouse and distribute products for companies such as Walmart, Sam's and Tyson to name a few. Walking through the 260,000sqft warehouse and discussing his goal for the images, he shared with me some things that were would be happening on the day of photography and an example of one thing they do. They had a large quantity of shoes come in bound for Walmart Stores. It was Stribling's responsibility to unbox them and repackage into a display box for the stores, then they put those boxes on pallets bound for their destination. That day they did 500 pallets with over 300 pairs of shoes per pallet. I was impressed with the workflow from beginning to end. This facility was packed full of flat boxes yet to be assembled, many friends likened it to the warehouse from "Indiana Jones". A fun part of the project was being able to use the sicssor lift to get the images from above to show depth.

The exterior was a bit time consuming behind the computer, as you can see, being that it's January, it gives a lifeless look, not good for marketing. So I go in and meticulously add grass and trees in with the trick to make it realistic with lighting angles and shadows.

The sad thing is, they had already had photography from another 'photographer' and were very displeased with the results, his quote: "You get what you pay for". This cost them even more by having to have the photos done a second time. This reminded me of a quote by Red Adair "If you think it's expensive to hire a professional, wait till you hire an amateur". I've worked many years, and continue to, perfect, hone and improve the photography I offer my valued clients whether the commercial photography is architecture, product, food, headshots or corporate photography of any kind. I want the best for them to help them improve their marketing and profits.


Corporate Commercial Architecture exterior photography advertising Stribling Packaging Inc in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch Photography
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Interior Marketing commercial corporate photographer photography advertising Stribling Packaging Inc in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyBTS (behind the scenes) corporate commerial photography photography advertising Stribling Packaging Inc in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch Photography

Profab Industrial Products

I've said it many times and it still holds true, I'm constantly impressed by the companies in NW Arkansas that no one knows about, or just me. Profab is one of those companies. Located in Springdale, in the industrial park across from the airport, they fabricate industrial machines for companies all over the country. Tyson alone counts for 60% of their business. They can custom design, CNC all the plastic parts, laser cut the metal parts, assemble, weld and ship. Joe Moore, the project manager, told me that they have had several occasions where a company contacted them for a special custom project on a Friday and Profab has it to them on Monday. That may sound simple but they start in the computer, designing the machine, then it's sent to the floor where the hands on work begins with workers working all weekend to make sure the client has product on time. It's very impressive.

Mark Harper and The Richland Group designed and built their web site, go check it out, many of my images are now featured there. I have no doubt the photos will be very profitable for Profab. This photo project was fun, insuring the product was lit properly to give depth and texture, combining light and shadows working together. Then hours were spent extracting and cleaning each image. Product photography does not always mean "small products", as you can see many were very large requiring fork lifts to put in position. I am very proud to be the photographer that helps their company be more profitable.

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Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Winery & Wedding Venue

A local asset to NWA is Sassafras Vineyard, Winery and Wedding Venue, located quietly east of Fayetteville. I've been to many events at their stables and a couple at their winery and it's always a warm end enjoyable event. During the warmer times of the year, the Chapel Ruins are a great location for portraits and mostly weddings. The landscaping is always quiet and beautiful.

I had the opportunity to photograph Derek & Sarah Kilpatrick at the stables for Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce magazine. Sarah is the event manager, as you can imagine she is very busy lady. A side note, while talking with her, I discovered I photographed her cheerleader photos back in 2002 when she was in high school, small world… also starting to feel a little old. Derek is the vineyard manager and sees the the best quality wines are produced. Super nice couple who will make sure your visit and event is one to be cherished.

If you've never visited Sassafras, take a nice evening off in the summer and enjoy the back patio of the winery for a relaxing evening with their wine.


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Tyson SalesCon19

We are blessed with some incredible corporations headquartered right here in NWA. Among the largest are Walmart, Tyson, JB Hunt, Sam's Club and George's to name a few. This year I had the opportunity to photograph Tyson Salescon 19. For two partial days I created around 250 headshots of attendees, they were all very appreciative of the photography, the care and diligence in making them happy with the results.

I had the honor to meet and photograph Tyson CEO Noel White and the CCO Scott Rouse with the people who were awarded. They were both there congratulating the honorees and those who were retiring, this was impressive. Part of any successful corporation is the accolades given to top performers and the encouragement to those who could be doing better.

We all know how global Tyson is and there are a lot of places that serve Tyson that we may not know about at all. I found out earlier this year the fat and grains that Tyson provides to other companies world wide that I had no idea about. I also was surprised at first, then it all made perfect sense, that Tyson is one of, if not the largest, provider of leather world wide. To me this is an example of not letting anything go to waste.

A few days after the event, well over 100 people had downloaded their headshots and the people at Tyson HQ had received many great compliments and positive feedback from everyone across the country loving their photos. I had the opportunity to photograph headshots from Tyson associates from all over the country, from California, Virginia, Arizona, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Chicago, just to name a few (and of course, NWA).

This is a few of the photos taken…

Headshot photography on location for Tyson at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch Photography


Tyson Salescon19 awards banquet and dinner at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch PhotographyTyson CCO Scott Rouse at Tyson Salescon19 awards banquet and dinner at John Q Hammons in Rogers NW Arkansas by Branch Photography
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Veteran's Gala 2018

I want to give high accolades to Joe and Larra Donaldson for organizing and implementing the first (hopefully annual) Veteran's Gala. The line up of speakers included Coffey Anderson who was great musical entertainment of the national anthem followed by PFC Jessica Lynch who shared her testimony of being an Iraq POW. She was followed by Chaplin Captain Justin Roberts who also shared his experiences and a intro of the soon-to-be-released movie "No Greater Love". Lt Get Leroy Sisco presented a home to a young veteran and his wife provided by Wells Fargo and furniture by Sam's Furniture. Evan Owens shared information about Reboot Combat Recovery helping veterans defeat combat trauma.

George Chmiel shared his story of his run across america, along with the struggles he faced but also the people and lives he touched along the way. Lt Governor Tim Griffin, introduced the keynote speaker of the evening, Col Oliver North. I remember Col North from his long time on TV with the Iran Contra hearings back in the 80's, he gained my respect back then and I've always seen him as a dedicated American Marine, if not hero, they put him through a lot during the hearings but he came back with all charges reversed, he's been in the spot light since that time as a political commentator, television host, author and presently president of the NRA. His keynote address was one that had my attention the entire time.

The evening closed with Coffey Anderson praying over the event and gracious donations to help the veterans in need. Hopefully this event will become an annual event, the convention center was practically sold out. The bar was certainly set high for the future gala's but I know they will pull it off now that it has momentum. I would like to add that EVERY speaker received a STANDING OVATION!

I was honored to sponsor the photography for the evening of not only the speakers but at the VIP reception. On a personal note, I had the opportunity to meet Willie Robertson, of Duck Dynasty and CEO of Duck Commander. I enjoyed their show and what they stood for, Christian morals and their spiritual heart. He wasn't there to speak but rather a supporter of a great cause for his friends the Donaldson's.


Col Oliver North, Keith Branch - Branch Photography

Celebrate Magazine 15th Anniversary

Celebrate Arkansas magazine recently 'celebrated' 15 years of success, what a great accomplishment to a great staff and publication! I remember several years ago, the late Greg Ogden, at the time owner of Athletic World Advertising, coming to me to ask to photograph the second issue that would feature JB & Johnell Hunt, I jumped at the chance simply to meet the Hunts and also be a part of the magazine. The photo was in the winter at a floral business that also carried Christmas trees, it was a small store and VERY crowded. I had to put them in a corner between two Christmas trees with barely enough space for lights and I was about 4 feet from them, but I got the photo and it was on the cover. The thing I remember through it all was how nice, polite and down to earth both JB and Johnell were throughout the session. Through the years, I've crossed paths with them on occasion and learned, that's just who they are, despite their great success and fortunes, they treated everyone with respect and kindness, their great fortune never went to their heads.

Fast forward 15 years, I've been fortunate to photograph and meet many very successful business people and entrepreneurs through out NW Arkansas including CEOs, Governors and VIPs in the community. I've had the opportunity to take create images for content and covers on locations such as SAMs HQ, Tyson HQ and the Governor's mansion in Little Rock just to name a few.
Congratulations Celebrate Arkansas magazine and here's to many more decades of success!

Drone photography at Hunt Towers in Rogers NW Arkasnas of Celebrate Arkansas magazine 15th celebration party commercial and editorial by Branch Photography

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Voted Very Best Commercial Photographer #5

Branch Photography is honored to be Voted by the readers of Celebrate Arkansas magazine, Very Best Commercial Photographer. This is the 5th Year we've received this honor by the readers. I am truly blessed to be in a profession that I love so much, that I can meet so many great people, touch so many lives and blessed with a talent to create images that everyone loves. Thanks to all that voted for Branch Photography.Branch Photography voted Very Best Commercial Photographer by readers of Celebrate Arkansas Magazine in NW Arkansas Branch Photography voted Very Best Commercial Photographer by readers of Celebrate Arkansas Magazine in NW ArkansasBranch Photography voted Very Best Commercial Photographer by readers of Celebrate Arkansas Magazine in NW Arkansas Branch Photography voted Very Best Commercial Photographer by readers of Celebrate Arkansas Magazine in NW ArkansasBranch Photography voted Very Best Commercial Photographer by readers of Celebrate Arkansas Magazine in NW Arkansas

Tennessee Aerial Harvesting

The perspective a drone can give is mesmerizing and can give a larger sense of appreciation for the beauty of the world we are blessed with. I was born and raised in a small town of Alamo Tennessee (west TN) up until I moved to Arkansas in 1998. All the time there, I was around farming and lived on a farm. Whether cotton picking, harvesting corn, soybeans, etc, I always saw the process from the ground perspective and while it was always a great view, especially when the cotton bloomed, it was always the same view.

On a recent visit to Tennessee, I had the chance to create drone aerial images of the corn harvesting. To see not only the fields being harvested from the drone's perspective, but also see the landscape in the background to give the world perspective, was inspiring to say the least. Drone commercial photography in West Tennessee of corn harvesting by Case International with Hargett Farms by Branch Photography NW ArkansasDrone commercial photography in West Tennessee of corn harvesting by Case International with Hargett Farms by Branch Photography NW ArkansasDrone commercial photography in West Tennessee of corn harvesting by Case International with Hargett Farms by Branch Photography NW Arkansas