I was delighted to accompany Diane Smith at her table as she was honored by the CT Women’s Hall of Fame. Among the honorees was world famous photographer Annie Leibovitz, who accepted her award with tears. So imagine me, taking a picture of “Diane and Annie” and my camera starts acting up. Cavernous, dark ballroom, glaring bright stage lights behind the women… booming loudspeaker telling everyone to sit down …
Remember the story about Leibovitz photographing Queen Elizabeth and the uproar she caused when she asked the queen to remove her crown for a photograph?
All I wanted the women to do was have the women stand a little closer to block out a giant stage light behind them.
Suffice it to say it was a terrific night. And a learning experience. World famous photographers hate being the subject.
Our gang made the “Movers and Shakers” page of Hartford Magazine. (Bottom left corner)
Patton Media is pleased to announced it has added logo creation and web development services for the Connecticut Taxi Advisory Council.
The portal was developed as an interactive platform for taxi owners to collaborate on-line.
As part of a 3 year, 2 phase web build out, Patton Media has completed phase 2 of The Yellow Cab Company of Greater Hartford’s web re-launch. The completion was finished in advance of the company’s Grand Opening of its CNG fueling station on December 9, 2012.
(Far Left: Original Site 2009)
Patton Media is pleased to announce a partnership with Connecticut author, speaker and TV host, Diane Smith. The Emmy Award winning journalist will publish a new book in May of 2013 along with MSNBC Morning Joe Co-Host Mika Brzezinski about their own lifelong preoccupation with food and the need to re-educate an increasingly corpulent nation about smarter eating practices.
Patton Media will perform event photography, graphic design, blogging, social media maintenance and web development services.
Stopped by the CT-N Studio on Primary Night to check in with our good friend Diane Smith who was holding down the fort, literally, for her broadcast coverage.