As I mentioned a few months back, I am honored to have been selected for Archive’s 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide. Today, the book is on the shelves in bookstores that still exist, so go check it out.
Some photoshoots we love, and others we merely get by….. this is one that I loved that almost ended me. To say that racing is an important aspect of my life would be the equivalent of saying that I enjoy breathing air. I love the speed, the sounds that the cars make at speed, and just for the intention of using the word “speed” in a sentence 4 times, speed. This is why when a phone call came in with a photoshoot at the 24 heurs du Mans in France (better know as Le Mans), I decided that in no way would I turn it down. With this said, I had already scheduled a week in the Caribbean that would get me home the day before I needed to fly to Paris. On top of this I had a photograph in Texas two days after the race. Most people in their right minds would cancel on one of these, or skip the race all together, sadly I am not like most in this regards. In hoping to make life easier while in Le Mans I brought my assistant Mike with me to cover in parts where I needed a break, […]
I was recently approached by the good people over at Scott Kelby workshops to see if I’d be interested in guest blogging on their site. While I was interested in doing it, the question of, “what the hell do I write about?” seemed to surround me. I thought about lighting, and approaches to optics, but all seemed rather talked out. So I decided to talk about something that not many see on my end, how I approach being on set. From producers to assistants, clients to creatives, I wrote about life on set. So if you have a few minutes, head over to the Scott Kelby blog and have a read