Excited to have several of our images included in Graphis’ 2017 Photography Annual. Our honey bee study series and two images we created for Men’s Health, gear brain and fish still life, received gold while our Dark Web series for Popular Science earned silver. Thank you to Graphis and judging panel.
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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.
Super honored to have been asked to shoot Popular Science’s Explorer Issue cover. Thanks to WonderWorks Inc for loaning us the legit space gloves!
Always a pleasure working with Mia Diehl and the art department at Fortune. Earlier this fall they asked us to create some cover options for a story about red tape. Rolls and rolls and rolls of red tape later we had an entire corner covered and a pretty darn cool picture.
Thank you Mia for the amazing direction we are stoked with the results. Also than you for trusting us with the first cover with a new masthead. Pretty snazzy if we do say so.
We executed a couple cover options and while this picture did not run , we totally loved the new masthead wrapped in red tape.
Ok, so Halloween is past, but Pumpkins are for Thanksgiving too!
Super excited to share the images from Jaco-O-Blast, the second Captain Morgan product in the Cannon Blast line. This past April, Force Majeure approached us about this fun idea of a creepy pumpkin patch with mood boards and comps that made us say “HECK YEAH!” As soon as we got off the phone though the reality hit…..it’s April….there are no pumpkins. After a lot of calls, a little clever trickery, and help from friends in locating a few pumpkins that were still around, we were able to build a 8′ x 8′ pumpkin patch in the studio. Nick remembered his high school theater days and rigged up a cooler with dry ice for the fog from the fog machine to pass through and the creepy pumpkin patch came alive.
Thank you so much to John-Paul Elliott and Megan Bradley for trusting us with such a fun project.
And a few behind the scene images….