Business Photographer specializing in corporate and editorial photography.
We specialize in corporate and editorial portraiture as well as storytelling photography for our clients. Ed Carreón is Los Angeles photographer with over 25 years of experience and a life long commitment to the craft.
Collaborating with corporate communication and design communities, we create still photographs for editorial and corporate branding projects, corporate sustainability reports, web content and corporate image libraries. Ed is also known for creating dynamic content and evocative portraits for clients with high stakes projects.
Ed is a full-stack, commercial photographer who’s work with communication and design groups has earned him clients including Gilead Sciences, Accura, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Forbes, New York Times, USC, Cedars Sinai Hospital, Amgen, Pratt and Whitney, Owens Corning, PIMCO, Chivas Regal, CVS Pharmacy, Chase Bank, Herbal Life, Life Magazine, Red Cross, Target Corp., Valspar and Transdev . He knows where all the bodies are buried; meaning his deep network of talent allows him to put together projects require multiple skills sets including drone photography, video production and post production talent. He also understands that his clients are not seeking just a photographer but someone who brings creative intelligence to the table, understands corporate etiquette, and possesses advanced digital and production skills. Large clients want someone who solves problems before they happen, can turn on a dime and work across multiple genres of photography including corporate lifestyle, narrative, architecture and healthcare. Ed’s production skills give him an edge in solving problems and executing the client’s vision.
For example, Prologis needed a commercial photographer in Los Angeles to create images of their facilities at Los Angeles International Airport. Ed was hired to shoot the project but conditions on the ground made his job impossible to shoot as planned. He needed to shoot a cargo plane with the active loading facilities in the background but the cargo schedule did not allow for this, and the plane would not return in time to meet his deadline. Ed shot the planes then came back the next day to shoot the buildings and then assembled the images in post production.
Similarly, Ventura foods was looking for a photographer to shoot some of their chef's prepping food in their development kitchen for a branding and marketing campaign. Then, after creative meeting they asked if we could shoot some industrial images in their production facilities as well as business lifestyle images in their corporate facilities. We said yes of course and had lots of photography examples to show them. The one-day assignment turned into three days that met recruitment campaign needs as well as marketing and content needs. The three day photography assignment had us working long hours covering with a seamless workflow across multiple genres of photography. This is how they maintained a branding consistency across the whole campaign.
We add value to the client’s vision without friction because we know that the work is not about us but about the success of the project. To see more of our commercial projects please vis our blog
Shaping our client’s expectations is critical before beginning photography projects, so we are careful to inform our clients what is possible given the extent of resources for the photography project.
When the work is critical and you are need a high degree of certainty for your project, there are few photographers in Los Angeles that can knit together photographic, social, technical and production skills to give you to certainty you seek.
His rates are competitive with many Los Angeles photographers of equal merit, and he is happy to talk with you about you budget and needs. Knowing your budget ahead of time gives us the opportunity to make adjustments and keep to your budget.
We are located near downtown Los Angeles, although we often shoot projects in nearby locations including Pasadena, Long Beach, Orange County, Ventura County, Santa Barbara and San Diego.