Chillin’ with Carbonite

If your first thought is Star Wars when you hear the word Carbonite, you are not alone. What this company offers, however, isn’t in the stars, but rather in the cloud. Founded in 2005, Carbonite is a high tech company that provides cloud backup and storage services to clients across the globe. In recent years, they have since expanded to become one of the leading online data backup providers in the world. But that has not made them take themselves too seriously. From a life size Yoda statue to silhouettes of Darth Vadar, this 50,000 square foot office screams fun!

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A beautiful hallway we used for the background

Michael and the team photographed over a dozen top execs from Carbonite. Shooting was a breeze as we set up using our latest ultra high pixel-count camera addition to the family (more about that at a later point). Michael has also invested into using the latest technology in lighting and you can see in some of the shots below the lights are all LED – no more hot lights and sweaty sets! This was a COOL shoot in more ways than one.

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Scene from the day of shoot with equipment all set up

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The crew in the middle of discussing the set

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Odi in the kitchen fixing up a beverage

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StarWars themed weathered metal panel doors – is that cool or is that cool?

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One of many lounge areas throughout this massive office space!

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Glass cube offices add a touch of modern posh to this space

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A design philosophy that is both modern and simple

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All you can eat and drink cafeteria Carbonite style!


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