Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton - Christopher Elston Photography
Christopher Elston Photography & Video Production
Christopher Elston Photography and Video Production
I am a portrait, event, corporate photographer and a video producer based in the Lehigh Valley, PA.
Frequently I work in New York, Philadelphia and New Jersey. And, of course, I travel the country, too.
I had the great pleasure of working with my friends at FireRock Productions on the 48 Hour Film Project in New York City this year.
It is a film contest where we get our theme and required lines, props and characters on Friday and we need to write, produce, shoot, edit and deliver by Sunday afternoon. Our topic was Zombies and we decided to have a little fun. Look for me as Cam Dean the Advertising Executive.
I had the pleasure of photographing Bryan’s wedding a few years ago and now that he is a teacher in my daughters’ elementary school I had the pleasure of photographing his book cover. He is a great teacher and a great guy. Lincoln Elementary is lucky to have a teacher like this.
Check out the trailer to his book.
Bryan’s book cover portrait by me:
More information about the book:
EDUtainment [ed·u·tain·ment] (n):
1 the byproduct of simultaneously educating and entertaining a student
2 an entertaining incentive that occurs in an educational setting
3 a philosophy and/or way of thinking that merges entertainment and education
EDUtainment, by teacher, Bryan D. Svencer, may be the answer for teachers looking to breathe new life into their classrooms. EDUtainment is a fun and cutting-edge teaching philosophy that showcases seventeen dynamic teaching strategies and tempting incentives paired with engaging memoirs and practical suggestions. With chapter titles like “Funkadelic Athletic Swag,” “DiscoSnack,” and “Karaoke Choreography,” any reader is sure to be left EDUtained! It’s a fresh, modern perspective on teaching in today’s classroom.
Along with being a photographer, I am also a videographer and I work in television and on corporate video productions. Here is a recent four camera corporate video broadcast that I worked on. This video is more interesting than it sounds.