Stepping into the office is like stepping back in time; the veneer paneled wood, years of paint and shellacked wood, file cabinets and original Rockwell prints preserved in this capsule, the postwar dedication and ingenuity that drove a new country – what we know today as the American workforce. It’s a warm place where people enjoy visiting after the steep incline to reach the office. This environment, this timeless space dictated the drama through photography and also added appropriate fodder in copywriting.

Character: Dashielle Hammett with his wry tone of voice with a clean and modern refresh.



Photographer: Gerardo Somoza
Director: Mary Ritzel