editorial

Texas Monthly – Charter School Story

This was an emergency.  Texas Monthly called us in need of an opener for a story on charter schools and needed it in just two days.  Day one, Robin Finlay found all of these props (and tons more) and we built a vintage classroom set in the studio.  Day two, we shot it and sent it off in record time.  Then Caleb Bennett made a groovy intro design and finito!  A winner is me!

Typography With Seeds

We were approached to create a cover for a seed manufacturer’s (no not Monsanto) quarterly publication.  At some point, someone mentioned a type cover, and we love type!  So my brilliant stylist Robin made some options and we ended up with these two final images.  We like type.

Texas Monthly – Weird Science

This feature was shot for Texas Monthly, and designed by art director Andi Beierman.  The images are from a small protfolio Robin Finlay & I created based on the story by Michael Hall challenging the legitimacy of many forensic practices.  The story touches on many people who were wrongly convicted based on shady ‘science’ and later exonerated. Heavy stuff!

StadtAnsichten, The Magazine of Autostadt

Designer Ulrike Bohnenstiel at Fuenfwerken Design in Berlin asked to use my work for the cover wrap of StadtAnsichten, the Magazine of Autostadt.  Autostadt is Volkswagen’s museum in Wolfsburg, Germany, featuring a variety of art in addition to automotive exhibits.  The magazine is pretty cool, its mostly filled with artsy stuff… and they said nice things about me!

“sicher! Voltron, der mächtigste Riesenroboter des Universums, bestehend aus fünf Löwen-Robotern, hat den Kampf gegen den tyrannischen König Zarkon aufgenommen. Nicht nur in den Kinderzimmern, wo er in den achtziger Jahren häufig anzutreffen
war, hat er bei seinem Einsatz um die Sicherheit anderer Geschöpfe so manche Blessur davongetragen. Eine Krücke hilft ihm, trotzdem selber sicher dazustehen. So zumindest stellt sich das der texanische Fotograf Adam Voorhes vor – ein Meister absurder Stillleben.”

Or translated by Google;
“sure! Voltron, the most powerful giant robots of the universe, consisting of five Lion-robots, has taken up the fight against the tyrannical King Zarkon. Not only in the nursery, where he frequently encountered in the eighties, he did so with his commitment to the safety of other creatures suffered some injuries. A crutch helps him to stand still themselves safe. That at least raises the front of the Texan photographer Adam Voorhes – a master of still life absurd.”

Two Hours with a Watch

A couple friends at a magazine were up a familiar creek.  No paddle.  An image had fallen through and they had a blank page to fill.  So they got this Rolex over to me, but for whatever reason I only had two hours with it.  I hurried and made these images with some objects from the studio storage room.  I like them.

Rolex Study One  Rolex Study Two