Doug Wilson is a Seattle, Washington area digitally equipped freelance photographer specializing in location photography for corporate-industrial and editorial clients.
Wilson’s work has been published in over 100 different editorial titles, numerous books and widely in the corporate field in annual reports, brochures, in-house magazines and advertising. In addition to photography, Wilson is an accomplished outdoor-travel writer and book author in the outdoor field. He has lectured extensively and teaches workshops on the business of photography, stock photography and location lighting.
Clients: Doug Wilson’s list of clients have included Microsoft, IBM, AT&T, Lucent Technology, B.F. Goodrich, BE Aerospace, Boeing, Praxair, Scott Paper, Time, Fortune, Forbes, Business Week , Money , The New York Times, Boys’ Life, National Geographic Books, Sunset, Der Stern, and Paris Match.
Services: Doug is a specialist in on site location digital photography for environmental and corporate portraiture using efficient methods of lighting that are quick to set up when making environmental or formal portraits. He comes equipped to set up a portable portrait studio at your location where corporate portraits can be made in a conference room or office. This is especially efficient when doing multiple corporate portraits sessions on a tight schedule to minimize the subject’s portrait sitting time, which can save them being away from billable hours or sales.
Instead of coming to a studio, let Doug come to your location for efficient, high quality corporate portraiture.
Many of his conceptual photos available through Corbis are frequently used in advertising campaigns.
Corbis also represents his collection of early Microsoft Images of Bill Gates, and Paul Allen, possibly the largest single collection by an individual photographer of early Bill Gates/Microsoft images taken from 1983 through the mid 1980’s, which were done originally for Forbes, Time, The New York Times and other publications and are available for editorial use.
When Doug isn’t on assignment, he is likely to be found with a fishing rod in his hand scouting local waters and distant destinations for the joy of fishing and reporting the experiences in numerous fishing and travel magazines and adding images to his stock photos collection from destinations from Alaska, Canada, the Caribbean and the South Pacific.