Craig Orsini has more energy than his family beagle. The father of three has been a photographer since the “early days” of digital, jumping on board in the 90′s when he opened a still life studio in Boston. But while the precision of still life spoke to the organized side of his brain, his sense of humor and love of people were severely undernourished. Fast forward to 2000 and Craig’s decision to begin concentrating on large productions with people and humor as a central focus. The idea caught on in Boston and elsewhere. A profile in PDN and awards followed with work featured in Archive, Communication Arts and The Kelly Awards. A fixture in the Boston area, he is big on collaboration, often spending lots of time in conversations with creatives and clients at the onset of a project and never shy with ideas or problem-solving solutions. Craig has established a national reputation with his “still photography” and has been a director with Element Video Productions for seven years. Craig has been directing and shooting for McDonald’s, Wyndham Resorts, Constant Contact, National Grid, GMC, Dunkin Donuts, and Zipcar. When he’s not shooting or directing, Craig is shooting in the high 80′s on a golf course, through the glades on his snowboard, or flipping the bird to the Yankees (yeah, he’s a Red Sox fan). Specialties: Authentic Active lifestyle, locations, people, fun, and always being part of the action.