Category Archives: Commercial Photography

Two Gold Awards!

We were excited to hear that an ad campaign we photographed (above) received 2 Gold Awards this spring! Both the Aster Awards and the Healthcare Ad Awards awarded it a Gold medal. Thanks to our friends at Gard Communications for excellent art direction, and for submitting the project! And thanks to our friends at the…

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Up-and-Comer Dr Julie Graff

On the cover of OHSU’s magazine Onward, Dr Julie Graff.  She treats patients and leads a research study that has provided the first-ever evidence that immunotherapy can slow life-threatening prostate cancer. We photographed Dr Graff in the infusion room at the Knight Cancer Institute, where her patients receive their treatment.  She had this to say about her…

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The Comeback Kid: Award-Winning Advertising

Kya Blake was struck by a sneaker wave, buried under a log…and lived to tell about it. Here’s what my client, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, had to say about Kya’s story: Nothing stops Kya Blake. When she was seven, an ordinary trip to the beach almost killed her. A sneaker wave buried her under a log….

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This’ll get your heart going: OHSU, LifeFlight, and ECMO

Did you know there’s a portable machine that can perform the function of both your heart and your lungs, and that it’s about the size of a breadbox?  And that it costs about as much as a Mercedez?  And that very few hospitals have them? Let’s say you have life-threatening heart and lung problems, and…

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Helping OHSU Raise $1Billion

  In 2014, Nike founder Phil Knight challenged Oregon Health Science University to raise $500 million for cancer research, which he promised to match with $500 million of his own money.  The race was on, and OHSU was up for the challenge. The OHSU Foundation hired photographer Fritz Liedtke and his team to create the images…

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