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Sep172013

Airport Design - Reagan National Airport Photo Shoot

Scholar Magazine, Strayer's Alumni Magazine was doing a feature story on Timothy Schneiter and asked if we could do an editorial photo shoot of him using Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington, DC as our backdrop. If you have ever been to National Airport you know that it is one of the nicest airports in the country.  

Timothy graduated in 2009 from Strayer University and earned a Bachelor of Science in International Business (BSIB) degree from The D’Amore-McKim School of Business. Schneiter was working as a department manager of airport planning for an Orlando-based company that closed its doors in 2003. Schneiter turned a bad situation into a new career when he found an opportunity with one of the company’s clients, the Puerto Rico Ports Authority. Within less than a week, Schneiter traveled to Puerto Rico to meet with his first client as a new business owner and was on his way to establishing aviatDesign, providing state-of-the-art airport planning design solutions. 

From a photographers perspective, National Airport provided a great backdrop for this photo shoot. You can read the entire article by clicking here.  

  Washington DC Editorial Environmental Portrait Photographer

Washington DC Editorial Environmental Portrait Photographer

 

Washington DC Editorial Environmental Portrait Photographer

 

Washington DC Editorial Environmental Portrait Photographer

Published by Washington, DC Editorial Photographer Len Spoden

 

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