[Box Truck Spotlight] Queen City Project

The Box Truck Spotlight Series highlights Box Truck Carnival artists all month long leading up to MidPoint Music Festival. For more information on the Box Truck Carnival and the Midpoint Midway, visit artworkscincinnati.org.

Queen City Project

Authentic Midpoint, Several Thousand Photos at a Time

Crack a smile, make a face and strike a pose — the Queen City Project wants to capture the brilliance that is you. The QCP Photo Booth is part of a larger video project aimed at documenting the joyous lunacy of Midpoint Music Festival’s concertgoers, musicians and staff. You want to be famous, don’t you?

About Queen City Project:

The Queen City Project is a labor of love dedicated to featuring the best people and places in Cincinnati. As visual documentarians, QCP strives to intrigue audiences with innovative, earnest storytelling methods that reflect the subject’s true essence. The QCP is the brainchild of local design house, bluestone creative, and photography studio, Alias Imaging. Check out QCP’s latest feature on our OTR designer friends, VisuaLingual, to get an idea of what we’re all about.

Teaming up with QCP is the Framester, Cincinnati’s photobooth masters. Though they’re only about a year-and-a-half old, Framester has established itself as a serious trendsetter in the city. Framester photo shoots have set the new standard by producing images and environments that go far beyond conventional event photography. Totally baller.

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Queen City Project




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