Ad Campaign for Classic Harbor Line | Jason Gardner Photography

Sailing around Manhattan at sunset? Yes please! I shot an ad campaign for tour and event company Classic Harbor Line. It was promoting their sunset cruises around Manhattan. What a cool way to "escape the city without leaving it." The photos are all around Manhattan and Brooklyn in bus shelters, tent poles and phone booths as you can see from the photos below. Also, check out the final ad campaign and additional images from the shoot below!

Additional Images From the Shoot:

NY Historical Society: Picasso's "Le Tricorne" Installation Timelapse

The time-lapse I shot and edited for New-York Historical Society is now live on their site! I had the wonderful opportunity to document the installation of Picasso's "Le Tricorne" - a roughly 20 foot square curtain painted by Picasso for the backdrop of a ballet in 1919.  I was honored to be a part of this artistic history, and it was fascinating to document the whole process of delivery, art handling, and installation, including a huge crane lifting the artwork over 35 feet to the second floor of the museum! This time-lapse includes at least seven different takes on the installation! Enjoy!

Want to know what the installation looked like from behind the scenes? 
Take a look at some behind-the-scenes photos below!

The Final Piece Revealed!

Jewish Education Project | Jason Gardner Photo

The Jewish Education Project is a non-profit organization which is trying to revolutionize the approach to the jewish education. Their mission statement reads:

"At The Jewish Education Project, we connect forward-thinking educators and volunteer leaders in order to spark new ideas and approaches to Jewish education. We provide tools, resources, and technology to spread those new ideas, which impact the education of more than 200,000 Jewish children, teens and families. We partner with educators and volunteer leaders who represent 800 New York educational institutions."

I enjoyed photographing their students, teachers, and volunteers for their informational brochure. See the images from the brochure below!