The Scotch Malt Whisky Society came to the United States for a tour of Bourbon Country and to check on a few casks (barrels) of bourbon at Rock Town Distillery in Little Rock, Arkansas. Unfiltered Magazine writer Richard Goslan and SMWS brand ambassador Phoebe Brookes came to see how America's Native Spirit is made and enjoyed.
Examples from our video work range from a sizzle reel for one of the top thoroughbred farms in North America, daily coverage of sales at Equine Auction houses like Fasig-Tipton and Keeneland Race Course, to Final Four Coverage in the streets of Lexington for the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Today, the demand for video continues to grow. We aim to create video with cinematic style through the use of jibs, stedi-cam and sliders to make even ordinary events have the quality of a motion picture. Drawing from a love of storytelling and great cinematography, the goal is to fulfill your needs and tell your company or organization story in the richest way possible, whether for full documentaries, sizzle reels, or patient or company testimonials.
Gainesway: Hallowed Ground
Gainesway encompasses 1,500 acres of the finest Bluegrass land in Kentucky. The property includes the former Greentree Stud and Whitney Farm – some of the most productive ground in Thoroughbred history – echoing countless Thoroughbred champions of the past while providing ample space to produce future champions.
Fasig-Tipton Kentucky 2017 Winter
Kentucky Together: Domestic Violence Shelters
When thinking of building thriving communities, the first thoughts are often to big budget items, like education, roads or public safety. But building thriving communities includes items in our state budget that may equal hundreds of millions, or maybe in the thousands. Currently, funding for domestic violence shelters and similar programs are a small portion of our General Fund expenses. But in order to have the communities we all want, we should close special interest loopholes and direct some of those funds into our domestic violence shelters, which are often underfunded and without enough space to meet demand. More investments would allow more places for people to feel safe and build better lives, like they do at Greenhouse 17 in Central Kentucky.
Kentucky Together: Need Based Scholarships
In recent years the General Assembly has taken funds from the two need based scholarships CAP and KTG were added to the general fund.
This reduction of $30 million has reduced the number of students getting this benefit to 15,000.
The new budget calls for a restoration of "lottery scholarships" in the biennium but proposes the addition of a Workforce Development Grant to be created in addition to the other programs.
The Covington Crazies cheering section cheer its team to the school's first State Basketball Championship.
The student section of Covington Catholic in Northern Kentucky cheer their team to its first state tournament championship in school history.
Picture Kentucky 2014: Maysville
Promotional video shot onsite in Maysville, Ky. to promote Picture Kentucky student photography workshop, including some student still photos.
Salvation Army Move-In: 2012
The Louisville branch of the Salvation Army moved in to the Old Louisville Male High School in May of 2012. The newly renovated property houses families from around the city and features a top-of-the-line kitchen where chefs teach culinary skills to prepare interested residents for jobs in the culinary field.
Old Friends Farm - Retirement home to the stars of Thoroughbred Horse Racing
Michael Blowen founder of Old Friends Farm talks about some of the horses living on the 50+ acre property in Scott County. The recent addition of 1997 Kentucky Derby Winner Silver Charm is a point of pride for Blowen since the gray stallion is his favorite horse of all time.
Lexington Kentucky celebrates UK Men's Basketball team 2015 Final Four berth.
The University of Kentucky tries to cap off a perfect regular season with a run in the tournament. Lexington streets were bustling with fans and fanatics cheering on the cats.
Jonathan Palmer and his team cover sporting events with a passion for capturing key moments and finding angles that are outside the norm.
Kentucky MBB Player Introductions | Rupp Arena
UK WBB coach Matthew Mitchell | Memorial Coliseum
Kentucky Football | Commonwealth Stadium
NCAA Field Hockey Championships | Louisville
In the 11 years that I’ve been photographing professionally, the most important subject has become my family. Photographing them in all manner of environments and becoming the primary documentarian of the family has been a joy. I cherish the moments with my family and look forward to working with you to help make and capture family memories that will last for you too.
The Clark Family
Sara and Nate have been our friends for more than 15 years. Sara went to High School with my wife and they were room mates in college. Their friendship and that of their roommates continues to be as strong as when they were in college.
The Butch Family
The Beck Family
The Hinojosa Family
Texas Farm Bureau commissioned this portrait of the Hinojosa family for a piece in their monthly magazine. They had just moved to Louisville and were very accommodating.
The Priest Family
This is part of my family. My sister Jackie and her family, Addyson, right, Mitch, Jackson and Carlee. It has been a joy to watch her and Mitch raise such fun-loving and sweet children. Addyson will be 10 in 2017 and it really is true that time flies.
TeamCoyle is a collaboration of photographers with over 30 years of experience covering events as the official photographers. Our clients include Keeneland Race Course, SEC Men's Basketball Tournament and other Kentucky-based companies.
Keeneland Sales 2011
SEC Tournament 2014
SEC Tournament 2012
SEC Tournament 2015
SEC Champs 2015
Keeneland Spaces 2015
Keeneland Spaces 2014
Kentucky Basketball: Skal Labissiere
Ken and Sara Ramsey
Vicco, Ky., mayor Johnny Cummings
Kentucky Senate Sergeant at Arms
Kentucky Apiarist Tammy Horn
Kentucky Proud Kitchen's - Brigitte Nguyen
Bowman Field - Josh Abner and groomsmen
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