The team spent a couple days with the fine folk of Weatherby at their Headquarters in Paso Robles, California shooting these spots. It was a couple long days, but thanks to some strong on camera talent we had fun and accomplished quite a bit. Big thanks to Joe at Swanson Russell for keeping us organized and Brad, Ed and Aaron at Weatherby for the great on camera talent and hospitality! It’s rare that we can say we are shooting someone shooting, but it happened here and it made me jump.
We recently worked with Thought District on this piece for their client Lincoln Machine. Chris and Andrew captured motion and stills during a great day learning the ins and outs about the precision work that Lincoln Machine crafts. It’s high level and exact. Best of all they have a great team that were fun to work with!
With a little string and a fair amount of faith Patty rigged up a Go Pro to her head so we could feel the speed as she’s flying across the waves.
The crew spent the last 4 days making the move to our new studio. Thanks to everyone that helped make the transition smooth. We still have some organizing to do, but let us know if you want to come over and check out the new space. We love it, especially our hammock.
In our travels around the globe we get to meet more than our share of interesting people and the subject of this image is no exception. Cale Buhr has the the quiet confidence of someone who’s been to the edge and came back-literally. A little over a year ago Cale’s heart stopped during a track and field competition and he was shocked back to life by speedy EMT’s. Now he sports a wonderful tattoo that I couldn’t help but ask him to pose with for a portrait.
watch the clouds roll in!
I remember these days as a kid and wanted to share a little short from the holiday festivities.
I’ve finally managed to edit down my recent work from France. Check out the gallery of some of my favorites from our journey.
We’ve reached another milestone at the studio. Two years straight of posting a photo each day to our Posterous Picture Log. This image Geoff captured in Paris represents image number 730. We hope you enjoy the lonely hero’s that we’ve shared. There are a lot of images that get lost in the abyss of the archives, but this gives us a way to share a few of those images we capture.