Earlier this month, Team Jpixx landed in New York for a shoot with Peconic Landing! A huge thank you to vH.AGENCY for linking us up! We were tasked to help this award-winning retirement community revamp their website branding, and we couldn’t have been more excited to send six of our crew to Long Island!! This is not just your run-of-the-mill retirement community either – take a look.
The Jpixx crew needed a place to stay.. and what a better introduction to Peconic Landing than to stay in one of their spacious cottages?
A lil’ tour of one of the many cottages in the community!
Our schedule was jam-packed with testimonials, apartment tours, corporate headshots, and exploring! We knew there was a lot ahead of us so the crew rested up (or tried to) for the days comin’.
1st testimonial of the trip…. Mr. Joe McKay with his dog Ruby!
Corporate headshots with Marketing Director Laurelle’s standing by
In the garden outside of The Bluffs, with Chandler getting in on the action with the MoVi and Public Relations Coordinator Carrie watching over!
We also got to see all the perks residents get to enjoy: an active community, culture, and great food.
Glenn the man setting up lights for the dining room
Shanika can definitely take the heat in the kitchen judging by how close she’s getting!
In between all the testimonials and headshots, we got to do some apartment touring!
Fancy a game of checkers?
We made a short trip over to Orient for some droning over Latham Farms
Barbara, Chuck, and their dog Poppy just radiated happiness throughout the whole evening when we had a lil’ party at their home
Ladies beware: This dog will not bite, but will definitely eat your makeup brushes!
Jon showing off Jpixx’s hidden talents beyond the camera
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a… drone???
Getting in that one last group selfie before we say goodbye to Carrie and the rest of Peconic Landing
It was a busy week for the Jpixx team, but we made it! It was hard to say goodbye after spending a week with all the lovely residents and staff of Peconic Landing… we almost didn’t want to leave. But alas, we had to get going. We’ll leave you with this stunning view from a resident’s POV –