From Super Bowl to The Kentucky Derby

Earlier this year I was in Phoenix, Arizona for Super Bowl LXIX as corporate event photographer for Microsoft’s corporate hospitality programme.

Atlas Events (www.atlasevents.com) organised a unforgettable weekend, including a wild west show and rodeo, quad bikes in the desert, fun golf tournament, fabulous restaurants and a police escort to the stadium. The game itself was a spectacle worthy of its billing as one of the worlds top sports events, even if the result wasn’t favourable for the big contingent we had from Seattle.  But, hey, Katy Perry was pretty good half time entertainment.

Enough photo opportunities to keep any corporate event photographer busy.

Next up Elite Image will be corporate event photographer for Microsoft during the Kentucky Oaks and Derby at the legendary Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, May 2016 (www.kentuckyderby.com).  The whole corporate hospitality event has been aptly named “Get lucky in Kentucky: Windows does the Derby”.

Elite Image will be providing the same event photography package that was so successful for this client at Super Bowl.  Including a customised online photo gallery that the client and their guests to access in real time. Also photos slideshows running in the hospitality areas, which is always popular. Post event we’ll be producing a bespoke coffee table photo book as a lasting memento for all involved.  One of our many  proven corporate event photography formulas.

Check out the slideshow for a few of my favourite shots from the Super Bowl corporate event.

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