A Busy Summer…

2012 was a very busy summer here at the studio! It began in June, when this group of therapy dogs stopped by for a portrait session. Following  this goofy shoot, we focused on projects for Purina, Emerson, and Firestone in our Chicago Studio, and traveled extensively through July and August, shooting several different campaigns that are currently in post production.

Later in August I spent some time rejuvenating as I bicycled from Grand Teton National Park to Yellowstone with my wife and friends. This was my first time in Wyoming, and the extensive vistas and great company were a nice way to decompress from several weeks of non stop shooting.

We have a variety new projects on the horizon, so please check back to see more images. And don’t forget to check out our new  “Behind the Scenes”  movie for a quick look at all the work that goes behind each image I capture!

Steve Grubman

About Steve Grubman

Chicago based animal photographer Steve Grubman has been creating award winning images for over 40 years. Along with impressive Portrait, Still Life, and Architectural portfolios, Steve's uncanny connection with animals has produced an amazing body of work for such clients as Purina, Ziploc, Emerson, Abbott, Pfizer, Motorola, Paramount, and many other iconic ad campaigns.
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4 Responses to A Busy Summer…

  1. Natalie says:

    Awesome post!

  2. Ellen Cohen says:

    Loved it. Fantastic pictures as usual!

  3. Lisa Eisenberg says:

    The work photos are great…as always!
    Glad to see the trip to the mountains made the post…good for the soul!

  4. Noreen Winningham says:

    I so enjoy your posts. Thank you. It’s the way you capture the expression in an animal’s eyes that always surprises and intrigues me. Only you, Steve.

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