There are creatives in communication who can build relationships, trust and rapport with companies; then cultivate that interaction to produce visual messaging to generate revenue for all involved.
Scott Bogunia is one of those creatives, and driving results through collaboration is what StormLabs is all about. Scott radiates passion for creating quality promotion that benefits his customers. He works with clients from conception through completion, creating content that returns positive results and measureable outcomes.
“Good promotion should return predictable results,” says Scott. “Otherwise, it’s just guess work, and that can unfortunately become expensive mis-steps in today’s economy.”
Whether creating image building advertising and promotional content, lensing impactful catalog photography or producing compelling corporate headshots, StormLabs creates visual communication clients need.
A digital effects artist by training, Scott worked his way up through Hollywood’s creative chain-of-command from: on-line commercial editor; to cinematic special effects compositing artist; to digital effect supervisor for the commercial and episodic industries.
Earning his BS in journalism from Ohio University and his MBA from California State in marketing, Scott spent more than a decade honing his visual communications skills. He’s won awards on campaigns for Fortune 500 companies such as Coors, Gatorade, Honda and Panasonic. He’s also earned BDA Gold Awards for promotions for networks such as NBC and CBS.
Sponsored by Photoflex, Scott uses their light in studio to paint his still images with his wireless mobile photography studio. He also uses Canon cameras with L-glass lens to record everything hi-res digital, or Mamiya cameras to create medium format film negative for old school purposes.
Compositing is done on platforms best suited for the project, whether its consumer based DOS software or professional grade Linux or UNIX compositing systems for film, hi-def or 4K work. (Click on the StormLabs logo at the bottom of the page to view Scott’s live-action demo reel.)