Posted on October 28, 2015
Because food photography one of our passions at K&P, we’re always exploring new recipes to photograph. It’s a healthy and delicious obsession, that we enjoy beyond the final photo…often with a personal feeding utensil in hand. We don’t want to keep the yummy creativity to ourselves, so we’re sharing one of the many recipes we’ve photographed so you can recreate your own food photo shoot….or just enjoy the creative deliciousness.
Alice Ederle Kerr’s Küchen (Peach, Apple or Plum)
- 1 ½ cup...
Posted on August 21, 2015
The Creative Mornings Cleveland community gears up to hear speaker, Bob Ruggeri. August's theme is "Take Action."
Merwin's Wharf, located in the Cleveland Metroparks. Ruggeri used several Cleveland Metroparks areas as backdrops while filming Kings of Summer.
Bob Ruggeri, founder of Omega Point Films, shares a comical reflection of his life journey and how he found his "soulgasm."
We’ve all been there: It’s Friday afternoon and you're already dreading going back to work on Monday. Boredom. Lack of staffing. Lack of motivation. Loss of identity. Loss of passion. Maybe even a nervous breakdown.
Often, we muddle through years of soul-sucking jobs and wonder what it’s all for. Today’s Creative Mornings Cleveland Speaker rang in a message of hope — that it all is for something — for YOU — if you are willing to take action.
Filmmaker and producer, Bob...
Posted on August 07, 2015
Our love of food extends beyond the camera, and was the inspiration for a quest to Forage with Strangers.
Yellow House Cheese farm girls. The Hensley's craft cheeses from sheep's milk.
Foraging for food ingredients at Rittman's Orchard.
Lunch was sourced at one of our stops, Spice Acres Farms.
Crops from the Trapp Family Farm are harvested by horse and plow.
Ohio City Farms is the largest contiguous urban farm in the United States.
Just a few of the organic foods that were foraged for the evening's dinner.
Chef Dante Boccuzzi and Chef Doug Katz prepare and introduce a family-style dinner from the day's foraged foods.
Guests enjoyed unending plates of colorful dishes prepared with food sourced from local, sustainable farms.
After a day of foraging and a memorable meal, these 30 strangers left as friends.
Food is a powerful force. It shapes our experiences. It introduces us to new cultures. And it forges friendships among strangers. For these reasons — and for many more — our studio has fallen in love with food. Much like a photo shoot, however, it’s rare to get a glimpse of the farms behind-the-scenes work that culminate to the food we enjoy and photograph daily.
Recently, we had a front row seat to the sustainable food stage as we co-hosted an inaugural event: Forage...
Posted on June 22, 2015
This Octopus Dinner image took home a National ADDY Award in Las Vegas on June 13th in the digitally enhanced photography category.
Any guy who wins a National ADDY award deserves a big party, Vegas style.
Our "Octopus Dinner: Before and After" took home a Silver National ADDY Award at the show held at Caesar's Palace on June 13, 2015. This is the first year Kalman & Pabst Photo Group has won a National ADDY.
To say we're proud is an understatement. The American Advertising Federation's American Advertising Awards is statistially the toughest national advertising competition. With more than 40,000 local-level entries competing for...
Posted on May 13, 2015
in KP Art Show
If you haven't heard, we're hosting a modest little party for 500 of our closest Cleveland friends.
The Bal Ingenieux is this Saturday, May 16th, and to foster and support the event, our talented artists will be selling personal photography, illustrations and fine art from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight this Saturday and donating 20% of the proceeds toward the Bal Ingenieux
The Bal Ingenieux is a fundraising event -- and one hell of a party -- to benefit Ingengenuity Cleveland...