The founder and primary photographer for Sanduku is a guy named Leb, known by his clients for his long dreadlocks, personability and zany flair.
The majority of Sanduku's business is with corporate clients in the commercial real estate industry, shooting photos of office buildings and retail centers for their high-end marketing needs.
The secondary tier of Sanduku's business comes from shooting corporate annual reports, executive portraits, and multi-million dollar budgeted events.
Sanduku literally means "box" (or "chest") in the African language of Swahili.
Sanduku = "box". Buildings are boxes. Cameras are boxes, too. Although we are interested in pictoral marks, we don't necessarily need the logo to tell the photography story.
Slogans we are considering for the company: "Corpo meets Creative"; "Photography Outside the Box".
No earth tones, no pastels, nothing feminine.