food & beverage
Heartburn, indigestion, and general fire in the belly.
Last summer we had the privilege to shoot with a few of the amazing creatives at Leo Burnett in Chicago to help launch Jello Simply Good. Brian Marcus’s creative direction was quick, simple, and clever, just the way we like it. Thank you all who helped make these images so fantastic to share.
Along with the stills we also were able to contribute the end frames for the TV commercials. After much testing we finally learned how to roll the perfect banana slice.
Thank you Taylor Le for the fabulously simple but brilliant concept. Love the design of this page.
Thank to Tina Bell Stamos for the taco styling and Jon Contino for the type design. As for the lettering and how it got on that tortilla, we burned it in. Our bulldog Lucy supervised.
A little late posting these, but Texas Monthly had us work on their October cover story about Texas craft brewers, distilleries, and wineries. The Texas made out of drinks was made for real, in camera, and took hours to shoot capturing each cocktail, beer, glass of wine looking prime. Thank you Emily Kimbro for helping fill (and drink) all that yummy goodness.
Loving the light on the three turn page images Adam made (beer, wine, bourbon). So pretty!
We photographed a cake with 100+ birthday candles for a Reader’s Digest story about American life expectancy doubling in the past 150 years. After we shot it, the magazine realized the frames could go together in a fun little animation. Thanks for the assignment Rebecca Simpson Steele!