Every visual metaphor for medical research has been done, but Proto, the magazine of Massachusetts General Hospital, pushed us to come up with a couple more. We were flattered to contribute art to this issue, which also included the work of many we admire like Bruce Peterson and Jamie Chung just to name two. And before you ask, “how did you build that thing,” construction shots of the brain are at the end.
Last Fall, Money magazine called and asked us to do another set of section openers for December, which was also the launch of their re-design and first iPad issue. I love how the new design elevates and complements simple conceptual still life. Now, where did I store all those boxes of money…..?
I liked this assignment, FTI Journal asked us to find medical and business objects that looked similar. And if you were wondering, yes, an ambulance gurney can fit in the back of a 1999 Ford Explorer just fine.
Man oh man this was a fun one. ESPN flew us out to Kawasaki headquarters in California. We spent two days with their race team working on this photo. Thankfully dismantling this thing is no big deal for their head mechanic.
We shot a time-lapse showing how something like this comes together. I’ll be posting that soon.
In the fall we shot a campaign for Caesar’s casinos. This is one of many like images that will be appearing over the next few months. It first appeared in Bon Appetit, who I have NEVER SHOT FOR! What’s up Bon Appetit? Why not let me make some cool photos for you? All of the other cool magazines hire me. Gourmet hired me! Come on… call me? Pretty please?