Red Carpet Photography Brian Cramer

About me


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Hello all

My name is Brian Cramer and I am a professional commercial
photographer based in phoenix AZ I provide still photography services to both
the general public as well as the business community. Please consider my
personalized service for your upcoming photography needs including golf
tournaments, charity gala events, fashion shows and coverage of your special
and memorable events. If you would like to ask any questions or schedule an up
coming event you can call me at 480-703-9368  or send an email to: bcpga@cox.net

http://redcarpetphotography.blogspot.com  http://www.arizonafoothillsmagazine.com

Services provides
photography and to fit your budget.  Samples of photography and are
available. When it comes to capturing your golf events on for your
participants, Services can provide your photographic organization needs. my
photography techniques are consistent and adaptable to weather changes during
the day. Whether your needs are action shots, foursome photos or a group photo,
I am ready to take golf tournament photography to the highest level of quality.

Benefit from
experience marketing. See Your 1 has helped hundreds of organizations make
their event truly memorable and make meaningful connections with participants.
We support a variety of sporting events, as well as charities and promotions.

I will shoot pictures

while
they are warming up

with any
celebrities in attendance

the
basic foursome shot

on the
course

Special
shots

Signature
holes

during
the awards banquet

On one of the last days of 1996 Brian Cramer picked up his first digital camera at a local Best Buy. The camera was fairly large, very slow and used floppy disks for film, but he was hooked.

Brian came to work with an event production company connected with the PGA Tour after a few years of living in phoenix I made several connections with several large events in town such as the phoenix open Barrett Jackson and the insight bowl I have covered numerous pga tour, lpga tour, collage bowl games, fashion shows, the super bowl and Celebrity fight night.

For the past 6 years, Brian has fully devoted his attention and skills towards the art of photography. Brian uncanny, “second nature” sense of composition and understanding of light, delivers technically great photos. But it’s his unique understanding and real-world experiences together with “heart and soul” devotion to his work that takes this visual medium to the level of true art that many photographers aspire to but seldom achieve.

 

Covering golf and collage football bowl games as a photographer it makes you think quickly on his feet, to adapt to changing light and angles, and to be comfortable sitting in the hot sun, the pouring rain, or on the red carpet. Covering fashion shows, believe it or not, presents similar challenges especially when attempting a more subtle, less in your face, photojournalistic approach.

It is possible to run into Brian without a camera. He is an avid golfer, enjoys billiards and sand volleyball and spends much too much money expanding his own private golf art collection.

Brian’s photos have been published on numerous websites and in publications including http://www.netparty.com ipiarizona.com netjets.com phoenix celebrity classic lavidge.com company/celebrity fight night child help USA www.thefoothillsfocus.com   www.ohso.tvwww.altitudepoolparty.comwww.arizonasocial.comwww.arizonabike   plus several more various companies to many to list

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  1. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    McCullough Public Relations
    330.244.9980

    BOB BONDURANT NAMED ARIZONA TOURISM ALLIANCE 2009 ADVOCATE OF THE YEAR

    CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Arizona Tourism Alliance recently honored Bob Bondurant as a 2009 Advocate of the Year during its 5th Annual Arizona Tourism Unity Dinner on April 15, 2009.

    The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving – one of the largest driving schools in North America featuring a 1.6 mile road course and an 8-acre asphalt pad – is located on the Gila River Indian Community outside of Phoenix, Ariz. Since it opened in 1968, the school has taught advanced driving skills to more than 250,000 students.

    The Arizona Tourism Alliance’s Advocate of the Year is an honor given at each Unity Dinner to individuals or organizations within the Arizona tourism industry that have made significant and measurable contributions to the advancement of the tourism industry.

    “The Unity Dinner is an opportunity for leaders from business, government and the community to join in celebrating tourism and honoring the contributions of extraordinary Arizonans for their leadership and support of the tourism industry,” said Greg W. Gilstrap, chairman of the Board of the Arizona Tourism Alliance. “Bob Bondurant and the School of High Performance Driving have made a notable economic impact on the Valley within the automotive sector of the tourism industry. We salute him for his dedication to the industry and to Arizona.”

    According to an economic impact study performed by Arizona State University, more than 77% of the visitors to the Bondurant School in 2008 were from outside of Maricopa County, Ariz. The school attracted thousands of students in ’08, who reported expenditures of $528.60 per day during their stay in Phoenix, which includes lodging, meals, transportation, entertainment and retail.

    The operations of the Bondurant School generated a gross economic impact of $19.6 million to Maricopa County for 2008, with an estimated impact of $309.3 million since the school relocated to Chandler, Ariz., in 1990.

    Bondurant built the Phoenix-area facility in 1990 after a visit to Arizona convinced him to move the school from its southern California location.

    “Arizona has become home to me; Nothing is better than driving through the picturesque mountains in a Corvette with the top down,” said Bondurant. “It has been wonderful to bring students, celebrities, professional racers, police officers and others to learn advanced driving skills while enjoying the unsurpassed natural beauty of the Phoenix area.”

    About Bondurant
    Bondurant Enterprises consists of The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving – one of the largest driving schools in North America – featuring a 15-turn, 1.6 mile road course, an 8-acre asphalt pad for advanced training, and more than 200 race-prepared vehicles, sedans and open-wheel cars. Located on the Gila River Indian Community outside of Phoenix, Ariz., it is recognized as the “Fastest 60 acres in America.” The purpose-built facility is adjacent to Firebird International Raceway with access to three additional race tracks, a lake and three skid pads. Bob Bondurant, an internationally recognized leader in advanced driving training, opened the school in 1968. Bondurant SuperKart School, located on the facility, offers two karting tracks with state-of-the-art equipment and training. Bondurant Trackside is the premier leader in OEM events, showcasing manufacturer’s vehicles. For more information or to book an event, call 800.842.7223 or visit http://www.bondurant.com. Write to Bondurant at P.O. Box 51980, Phoenix, AZ 85076.

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