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AboutThe blog of Buffalo, NY based commercial and editorial photographer, Aaron Ingrao.
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Fall Fixie Fun…and a dog
A few years ago I was driving down the street, you know, minding my own business. I happened to pass a parking lot with a few guys tricking around on their fixies. I ended up spending the next few weeks … Continue reading
Cyclocross in Buffalo, New York
Although the sport has been around since the early 1900’s, over the last decade, cyclocross has seen a steady growth in popularity across the US. In our neck of the woods, Ethan Johnson, owner of Campus Wheelworks, Buffalo’s finest bikes shop, his … Continue reading
Film is Dead. Or…I shot film and only kinda hated it.
Film is dead. Digital is flat and boring. Film is tedious and time consuming. Digital has no life and lacks depth. Blah blah blah. My friends at Hanlon-Fiske Studios put together an event that brought together some colleagues from around the Rochester/Buffalo region … Continue reading
Concrete galoshes and The 24 Hours of Moab.
Photography is like a giant…writing is like a giant…painting is like a giant…Any creative endeavor is like a big, fat, warm Krispy Kreme donut. Sometimes you just have to step away from them or you get too… analogies are like Krispy Kreme donuts, eat too many of them … Continue reading
Praxis Peeps and Crowley Webb. Outtakes and Edit concepts.
My friends at Crowley Webb called me in to take some portraits of a few employees of Praxis, a division of CW that does patient recruitment for medical studies. All of my subjects were super photogenic and in a great mood. It made my job easy. I have come … Continue reading
Go Outside and Play
My mind is always racing. Always on something else. I forget to play sometimes. It’s the playing that informs my work. It’s why I do what I do. We just got dumped on, here in Buffalo, NY. It’s a gift. … Continue reading
5.11 Tactical Production.
I was recently contracted by Account-One to shoot a campaign for 5.11 Tactical, a company out of Medesto, CA that provides clothing to law enforcement, military and firefighting professionals. Trish Phelan, who was working production for the shoot, was my initial contact. … Continue reading
Tyson + Moab = The perfect equation
Over the past six years, I have been back and forth to Moab, Utah many times to shoot and ride trails. I won’t go on about Moab and what it does for the spirit. If you’ve been there, you know. … Continue reading
How to photograph Zoe and do it well.
Crowley Webb’s 25 Hour Work Day
To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Crowley Webb decided to give away a full scale marketing campaign, through a contest called the 25 Hour Work Day. The winning business was You and Who. You can read about them at the links. Working … Continue reading