Company Rebrand wins 2014 ADCD award

October 7, 2014

ADCD Brand

Cinearc Creative Agency was awarded a 2014 Art Directors Club of Denver Award for Design — Brand Development on the rebranding of Clarkson Creative last year.

Charles Hellwig and their designers took the lead on overall brand design, logo, website, and further marketing promotion. Throughout the process, the team at Clarkson Creative was able to use our history and creative thoughts to inspire the overall direction of the rebranding.

From the initial layout, our staff was then able to create our own business cards, shoot all necessary production photos, and build our portfolio so that it all matched the overarching new brand design.

Congrats to Cinearc on this high honor!

History of the Final Four: White vs. Black

March 18, 2013

As the 75th anniversary of the NCAA Final Four approaches, we take a look back into history through the eyes of long-time Final Four photographer, Rich Clarkson.

A turning point for the evolution of the sport of basketball was the Civil Rights Movement. Clarkson documented an All-White team losing to an All-Black starting lineup for the first time — the story was later told through the motion picture ‘Glory Road’.

Watch the video below to hear his story:

New Nikon Gear

September 27, 2012

Today was Christmas in our office. No there wasn’t an early Colorado snowfall – but the Nikon gear we bought finally came in.

At Rich Clarkson, we have always relied on Nikon gear as we find the capabilities, features, and quality to be top-notch and always pushing technology forward.

Nikon gear has helped us take the best editorial and sports (and anything really) photography over the 25 years of our company.

The new features of the D800 and the D4 now push the digital photography field even further with higher quality photography, more features, and video capabilities.

The D800 specifically has helped us move further into DSLR filmmaking that has made an epic mark into multimedia and video production.

To find out more information on the great cameras, check out the D4 and the D800.