Presented by Lafayette Consolidated Government, PlanLafayette Week is a celebration of the city’s draft comprehensive plan and its planning concepts. The draft plan will be presented at two events which conclude PlanLafayette Week on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at the LITE Center from 5-8 p.m. and Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at the Acadiana Center for the Arts from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m.
In addition, LCG has partnered with several other community institutions to host activities around the plan’s four Big Ideas: Reinvent the Hub City, Refine Government, Reenvision Natural Resources, and Revitalize Neighborhoods.
For more information, contact Carlee Alm-LaBar at 337-291-8307 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Right Angle Advertising and Jamie Orillion Photography Production
Produced by Blake Lagneaux, Amanda Poehler, and Jamie Orillion
Camera and Editing by Jamie Orillion Photography
Music: “Alive” by Jahzzar
I was asked again this year to shoot a short documentary for Opelousas Lighthouse Mission for their luncheon. The video is used throughout the year for promotion and awareness of the mission. The video pretty much speaks for itself. There is contact info for the mission at the end of the video if you feel moved to help in any way.
Over the past several months I had the opportunity to work with Congressman Charles Boustany and his amazing crew on the campaign trail. Several shoots and many different cities later I’m happy to congratulate the Congressman on his ReElection! The images were used in both print and digital media. You can see images used on his campaign site www.charlesboustany.com. Below are a few of my favorites from the campaign.
A few months back Our Lady of Lourdes called and asked me to shoot for a campaign targeted to their staff. The ideas from the creative team were all about capturing the fun side of working at Our Lady of Lourdes. We shot everyone from food services to ER. These guys were so much fun! It wasn’t hard to get “fun” shots. Along with the fun shots we were also able to capture department group shots and a few “in action” portraits. Here are a few of my favorites from the campaign.
Recently I had the opportunity to work on a short video documentary project with Lighthouse Mission in Opelousas. Â Lighthouse Mission is a men’s shelter/transitional. The guys there were so eager to share their story in hopes to set an example and prove that there is hope in the darkest of moments in life.
Here is their story:
Here are a few images from a shoot I did with the wonderful people over at Bayou Teche Brewing. Â If you don’t remember I did these images for them a while back along with their website design. Â These guys are some of my favorite clients. Â Always such a pleasure to work with. Not to mention… who doesn’t love great beer?! Â These images are themed “Beer Drinker’s Paradise”. Â Such a great idea for a Southern Louisiana Beer. Â These images are used in a good bit of their marketing and collateral for retail.
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