NORTH DAKOTA PHOTOGRAPHER SERVING CLIENTS WORLD-WIDE
"A picture should never reveal more about you than it does your subject."
My photography has nothing to do with me.
I don't wake up every day to make better pictures, I set out to tell better stories. Because I care so deeply for the story, my pictures get better. Great pictures are the symptom of my desire to illuminate a subject.
In turn, my life has nothing to do with me. When those around me are better, I am better. It is an honor when a company or person invites me into their world.
I realized that I had a gift for making the corporate world look more personable, and that my clients are delighted when they see for themselves that "corporate" does not mean rigid or stale. Through my pictures, my clients can showcase the most authentic representation of themselves.
After all, it is real humans that run the corporate world, each with their own triumphs, defeats, goals and relationships that make them who they are.
I can't wait to work with you and show you how amazing you look when authenticity is paramount and your story shines through. Together we can help your clients see the real you.
PS - If you're curious about why I moved to North Dakota, click
ABOUT CHAD ZIEMENDORF
Chad grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and chased big-league baseball dreams since he was 7 years old. In 2003 he was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds and played baseball professionally in their minor-league system for 3 years.
Injuries kept him from progressing to the MLB, so he shifted his focus toward photography and continues to chase big-league dreams with a camera.
From 2009-2012 he focused on photojournalism and was a regular freelancer for the San Francisco Chronicle, Reuters, The Registry Real Estate Journal and executed assignments for national publications like Bike, Powder, Wines & Vines and Decanter UK.
From 2012-2014 he concentrated on architecture and was blessed to document the marquis office projects in San Francisco and Silicon Valley including Twitter, Box, HP, Western Union, Dell and many downtown high rise buildings for commercial real estate brokers and developers.
Chad moved with his family in 2014 to the wide open spaces of North Dakota and launched Intersection Journal with the help of a successful Kickstarter campaign and continues to pursue new and engaging ways to tell authentic stories about the Middle of Everywhere.
Now based in Watford City, Chad travels world-wide to help corporate clients present themselves in the most authentic and elegant way possible. Chad continues to apply his documentary photography skills to every assignment ensuring that the deeper narrative is uncovered in any setting.
McKenzie County Farmer
Net Zero Building
San Francisco Chronicle
Wines & Vines
Bohlin Cwynski Jackson
CBRE San Francisco
CBRE San Jose
City of Oakland
Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass LLP
Cornish & Carey NKF
Cushman Wakefield San Francisco
Fennie + Mehl
Global Assignment by Getty
Jones Lang LaSalle
Knobbe Martens Olsen Bear LLP
Nichols Booth Architects
South Bay Development
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Zero Net Energy Center