Morton Visuals Does An Encore Performance

William Morton returned to the celebrated IFX Online conference to cover the daytime corporate meetings at the beautiful Omni Hotel as well as a rockin’ party downtown in the Gaslamp.  Keynote speaker Troy Hazard keep the conference attendees greatly entertained, and that was only a taste of what was to come. As day turned to night, enthusiastic franchisees changed in to their 80’s attire and hit the red carpet at the House of Blues. Morton Visuals created the ultimate paparazzi experience for the arriving stars, with fans and autograph seekers vying for attention alongside an army of photographers. A brief scuffle took place (after being properly positioned) as one guest, trying to keep a low profile, mistook one of our fearless shooters as a TMZ cameraman. Once inside a trio of comedians entertained and Morton Visuals set up a green screen portrait setup on the sidewalk dining area. Party-goers got to let out their inner rock star in front of a concert stage background, and view their images as they were captured. All were available online the next day, after Elvis had left the building.

Keynote speaker Troy Hazard
Speaker Troy Hazard

Dan Martin leads the IFX 2010 Conference
CEO Dan Martin of IFX

Rock stars arrive on the red carpet
80's stars arrive

Stars scuffle with the paparazzi
Paparazzi Scuffle

Rock stars on the green screen
Green Screen Rock Stars

Morton Visuals Goes On Location For The Pink Party

William Morton Visuals supports The Pink Party fundraiser for breast cancer awareness at the House of Blues in San Diego.

William Morton photographing portraits at the Pink Party event
William Morton shoots portraits at the event.
(Photo by Michael Walborn)

William Morton shows event guests their portraits captured moments before
Guests view and select portraits instantly.
(Photo courtesy Tom Yip)
On December 3rd William Morton of Morton Visuals went on location in support of a great cause, the 2009 Pink Party at the House of Blues. This marks the second year that William has worked with the Pink Party, and this year he stepped up to serve as Photo Coordinator for the event. Setting up in the Pink Lounge, William photographed posed portraits with 5x7s being printed on-site, presented to the subjects in under a minute. The crowd was delighted with the instant gratification, taking their memories of the celebration home with them in a nice folder. Half of all sales were donated back to the Pink Party charities, and the images created at this year’s event have been posted online so that supporters can order additional prints. A special thanks to Michael Walborn and Tom Yip for the behind-the-scenes shots of William.