Cliff took this photo for the manufacturer of micro-connectors in the mid-west. The bee and honeycomb were added to add interest and to show scale.
A pair of sterling silver and 14 karat yellow gold earrings featuring a post and omega clip back.
An 18 karat yellow gold cross with with an emerald set in the center.
The art director decided to add a vase of flowers as a prop. Cliff liked the colors and clean appearance of the final shot. This image was taken for the client's catalog and website.
A sterling silver ring with a blue topaz gemstone.
This trout fly with yellow thread is sharp from the tip of the hook to the thread in the back. Digital capture can increase depth of field dramatically compared to film by using a technique called "image stacking."
Measuring utensils taken for a wholesaler's website and catalog.
This image was a personal effort to emphasize texture.
This photo was taken for the Christmas catalog of a major retailer.
Cliff took this image for his portfolio. He was able to borrow the watches from his client, Fox's Gem Shop.
This photo, taken for designer John Van Dyke, was created for the cover of the BC Forest Products Annual Report. Cliff's collaboration with the Van Dyke Company resulted in numerous awards including one from the New York Art Directors' Club and two from Communication Arts magazine.
This photo was taken for Cliff's portfolio. He was able to borrow the rings from a client, Fox's Gem Shop.
This photo was taken for the website of a wholesaler. Multiple exposures were taken with different lighting and focus points. The series of images won a national award.
An "asymetrical" amber turtle necklace designed by Richard Ashton.