Here Come Da Judge, Here Come Da Judge…

Until recently, William B. Chandler III was a Federal judge in Delaware, serving on the Delaware Court of Chancery with the title of Chancellor. But then he retired as Chancellor and became a managing partner of the law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, and I got a call from Larry Gendron…Art Director at The Deal…asking if I could do a feature shoot with The Judge. Now Larry and I hadn’t worked together in years…ever since he was at Financial World Magazine…so I really wanted to impress him with a good job, but the offices of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, while very functional, aren’t gonna be featured in the pages of ‘Dwell’ any time soon. We were faced with a lot of beige walls and small conference rooms…but Kaz and I still came away with three situations that Larry liked so much he put the story on the cover!

We started with a view down a hallway…

…then moved into the Board Room for the opener…

…and finally, we stuck him in a corner of the Law Library for what ended up being the cover shot…

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4 thoughts on “Here Come Da Judge, Here Come Da Judge…

  1. once again we are reminded as photographers we need to think outside the box – someone’s office – the real trick might be getting our client to think outside the box as well, I sometimes find it diffult just to have them give up 15 minutes!

  2. I love it! You are still the most creative guy I know. You actually were able to make me really see all the details in those album covers covers long ago, and you continue to teach us all how to ‘look outside the box’. Great work, Brad.

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