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THE YOUNG EVILSRECORD RELEASE PHOTO BOOTHVermillion - Seattle, WA

RECORD RELEASE PHOTO BOOTH

Serving as a record release photo booth the promotion of the new EP by Seattle band The Young Evils at Vermillion gallery was a hoot, a holler and a roaring good time with members from the music and culture communities turning out in force for this event sponsored by Do206 and Goose Island Brewing.

Vermillion starts off as a narrow art gallery that funnels into a bar and performance space. The gallery provided a great spot for us to set up with the backdrop on one side and the booth system nearing the other. Guest arrivals had almost no choice but to hop in the booth on their way to getting a drink and hanging with the punters in the performance area.

Do206’s General Manager Jay Cox pulled out all the stops and even lined up a HUGE step and repeat banner for the background that featured the logos for The Young Evils, Do206 and Goose Island Brewing. This is a GREAT way to get your brand and messaging across to guests while also continuing to reap the benefits as the images are shared via social media.

Custom artwork for the 4x6 digital postcard from the Do206 Presents: The Young Evils record release photo booth

The design department of Do206 to our Photoshop template and quickly whipped it into the perfect digital postcard to send out live from the event via our on-site Social Sharing kiosk. We saw these EVERYWHERE on Facebook that night and over the following days.

RECORD RELEASE PHOTO BOOTH

Hours: 8pm – 11pm
Location: Vermillion, in the gallery
Backdrop: Custom step and repeat
Printing: No
Additional upgrades: Prop trunk, custom backdrop
Hashtag: #Do206FalseStarts
Client gallery: Do206 Presents: The Young Evils
Facebook: Do206 Presents: The Young Evils

NikeCORPORATE PHOTO BOOTHSuper Jock & Jill - Seattle, WA

CORPORATE PHOTO BOOTH

Serving as a corporate photo booth to kick off the high school cross country running season, our booth was located inside Green Lake’s Super Jock & Jill running retail store for a celebratory event sponsored by Nike.

A long-running tradition was in effect where area high school teens assemble to play games, drink a lot of soda and enjoy Top Pot donuts while they wait for the clock to tick over to midnight – They wait until midnight so they can begin running and training with coaches and in compliance with the rules that state the first day of the season.

Waiting to run around Green Lake with a bunch of teammates and coaches at midnight? That takes some dedication! And with stomachs full of soda and donuts no less.

The booth was a beehive of activity as packs of teens came through en route to donut refills and back to their pre-func area around the corner from Super Jock & Jill – A space belonging to Billings Middle School that the event organizers secured for the games and sign decorating.

And speaking of the event organizers – It was great to work with a marketing representative from Nike to be a part of this function. Printing was something that was requested so this was our first event providing professional, near-instant, on-site prints for guests. The robust dye-sublimation printing process is designed to WORK and keep the prints coming all event long.

The 4x6 postcard featuring the Nike logo for cross country running

My contact at Nike managed the design while supplying the Nike cross country logo and color for a simple, clean set up for their 4×6 digital postcard that looked fabulous on Facebook and Twitter.

Four high school cross country guys mug for a Nike corporate photo booth

CORPORATE PHOTO BOOTH DETAILS

Hours: 3, 10pm-12am
Location: Super Jock 7 Jill, inside
Backdrop: White
Printing: Yes, 4×6 postcard
Additional upgrades: Prop trunk
Hashtag: #werunnorthwest
Client gallery: Nike – We Run Northwest
Facebook: Nike – We Run Northwest

MICROSOFTCORPORATE PHOTO BOOTHWaterways Cruises, Seattle WA

CORPORATE PHOTO BOOTH

Serving as a corporate photo booth to celebrate accomplishments for Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise Engineering team, our booth was stationed inside a Waterways Cruises vessel and picked up the Microsoft team as they were wrapping up the first part of their party at Seattle’s beloved MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry) at the south end of Lake Union.

On board the vessel was the fabulous event coordinator Kellie Bielema of Shindig Events and the one, the only… Superstar DJ Austin Beaver. This was sure to be a great party between the event fine tuning of Ms. Bielema and the non-stop hits of Austin. And it was.

After the Microsoft team boarded we cruised up the east side of Lake Union to admire all of the house boats en route to Lake Washington. The team wasted no time getting into the booth while hamming it up with a combination of props Kellie supplied, including clouds on sticks (cloud computing… get it?) and our prop trunk.

We slipped through the Montlake cut past all of the UW Crew graffiti and on to the open space of Lake Washington. Once there we headed south to Mercer Island where our captain/tour guide pointed out the home of Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder, before cruising north to peek at Bellevue’s Meydenbauer Bay.

Still continuing north guests admired the beautiful homes along the shore, with a long stop outside of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates’ Medina home. The captain/tour guide shared some interesting facts about the home that included tidbits like: The long, sloped driveway is heated so that it’s safely usable the entire year, that there is parking available under the house for 23 cars and that the waterfront sand was imported from the Caribbean.

The tour continued for a total of three hours while guests soaked up the scenery, grooved to Austin’s music, enjoyed tasty nibbles and kept the booth busy for the entire event.

A 4x6 postcard collage from a Microsoft Cloud + Enterprise Engineering corporate photo booth

Kellie took the reins on the design while supplying the Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Engineering logo and color for a simple, clean set up for their 4×6 digital postcard that looked fabulous on Facebook and Twitter.

Three women posing with funny glasses and props on sticks for a Microsoft corporate photo booth

A total of eight men and women posing with funny hats, crazy glasses and props on sticks for a Microsoft corporate photo booth.

The team leader poses with giant, gold glasses and a funny set up lips and teeth on a stick for a Microsoft corporate photo booth.

Nine men and women fill the frame with all sorts of silly props for a Microsoft corporate photo booth.

Ten men and women use funny glasses, sticks on props and a pirate hat for a Microsoft corporate photo booth.

Crazy glasses, a cowboy hat and a cloud on a stick make two women and a guy look fun for a Microsoft corporate photo booth.

Three women pose with clouds on sticks for a Microsoft corporate photo booth.

These 7 men and women utilize props on sticks with funny glasses and hats to spruce up their Microsoft corporate photo booth.

CORPORATE PHOTO BOOTH DETAILS

Hours: 3, 5pm – 8pm
Location: Waterways Cruises boat, inside
Backdrop: White
Printing: Yes, 4×6 postcard
Additional upgrades: Prop trunk
Hashtag: N/A
Client gallery: Microsoft – CEE
Facebook: Microsoft – CEE