Posts tagged Cleveland
Lexi of All Trades

When you’re visiting TRG Reality for your photo/video shoot, we understand that it can be stressful to be away from your own office. You have to hold that meeting, make that conference call, send out those project specs, and of course you have to eat! We can provide for all of that and more, which is where Lexi Verbos, arguably one of TRG’s busiest employees, comes into play. Below are just some of the items TRG Reality provides to our clients, and that Lexi can take care of for you whether you’re here for one day or several.

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The Rainey Institute

As a Cleveland based company, we feel it is extremely important to be fully immersed in our community, from other local businesses, to our sports teams, and to our charitable organizations. In July, we had the great fortune of doing a shoot at one of our favorite locations – Cleveland’s own Rainey Institute, located at 1705 East 55th Street. This non-profit organization is a community center dedicated to tapping into young minds through the world of the arts.

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TRG Reality's Picks for Top Cleveland Photography Studios

We love Cleveland! It’s made quite the comeback in recent years, and there are some great things to do and see around this interesting city. From PlayhouseSquare to urban gardening and, of course, the good ol’ Cleveland Browns (hey, we actually have a shot at the playoffs this year!), Clevelanders are definitely not lacking on stuff to do and see. 

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King James Dethroned, and Replaced by a TRG Reality Photograph!

A sense of disappointment pulsed through Cleveland as Lebron James, our glimmer of hope for winning a national championship, broke up with our fair city on national television. In what felt like mere moments after “The Decision”, workers got busy tearing down the Lebron James mural at the intersection Huron Road and Ontario Road by Quicken Loans Arena. “The Reaction,” as it’s been dubbed, was that of erasing his legacy from all parts of our scorned city including his jerseys, hats, memorabilia and finally the mural, leaving a large gap in the city’s Gateway District.

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