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here’s an update on some ads i shot for purina. this is probably my favorite of the series yet.
i love milkshakes. when i’m home i never really get them enough so when i travel for jobs all that pent-up milkshake tension gets to me and i go berserk. when i’m on the road i always get one a day. sometimes two. occasionally i’ll get one for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. those days are my favorite. this job was 2 weeks worth of milkshakes in PA, IA, and AZ – that’s an awful lot of milkshakey goodness.
steve holm was on D-cam grabbing some fancy BTS shots
i spent a week and a half in nicaragua shooting photos and video at Aqua Wellness Resort. that place is top shelf. i could say all kinds of nice things about the beautiful views, the food, the feel, the amenities – but it’s just so much easier to say, “that place is awesome! see for yourself!” besides, if it’s longer than a tweet nobody really wants to read it anyway. it’s like trying to order from a nyc diner menu – around page 27 you snap out of it and have no idea what you’ve been staring at for the last 15 minutes. you’ve probably given up on reading this already (if you even started) and got distracted by all the pretty pictures. still reading? well good luck because i’m just babbling. can’t really seem to wrap this up. i guess i feel that if i keep dragging this on, my charm and wit will kick in and give me inspiration for a closer. mmmm nope.
logicprep is kinda like a brain hacking company. they take your existing mental hardware and re-code your software to make your brain do cool things. the hackers are a team of mega-smart genius-types disguised as young, fun people. in fact they were so cool it was actually pretty easy to forget that they were all einsteins, especially since the instructor who’s last name is actually einstein (no kiddin) ended up doing hand stands for my camera. they reached out to me (quite shocking since my brain still runs on copper coils and cathode ray tubes) to refresh their photos, so we spent two days shooting portraits of the staff and capturing the learning experience.
just found out a picture i took a long while ago has been turned into a tattoo. that’s a first for me.
here are some pictures i recently shot for kitty hawk kites in the outer banks of north carolina. kitty hawk kites is kind of an amazing operation. they have a bunch of retail stores and provide a laundry list of activities, tours and adventures. wanna buy a superbad kite (or a cute ladybug kite for your kid)? no problem. wanna go kayaking? got it. wanna go jet-skiing? yep. wanna see some dolphins or wild horses? uh huh. wanna fly over 2,000 ft. in the air on a hang glider? easy greasy.
i had my little brother drive up and assist me on this job. when we were done, my brother wanted to come to nyc for a while, so i rented a car and we drove back together. after the long drive, i didn’t want to deal with nyc parking. when i saw this parking spot only a block away from my apartment, i went in for the kill. about halfway through the 96-point-turn, a guy walking by on the sidewalk said, “ain’t no way in hell you’re gettin in that spot.” guess he didn’t know how tired i was.
whilst caroline and i were shooting in ft. lauderdale we met a guy named kevin. he looked like jeff goldblum and was an auto mechanic genius. the guy was just happy about life and about what he was doing. he just seemed happy. he wasn’t a movie star, he wasn’t mega-rich – but he was happy. i told caroline that in my mind that guy won at life. seems like i get so caught up in trying to constantly progress that after my accomplishments i never really take time to be content with what i’ve done. and while my relentless pursuit of doing bigger and better things will never stop – it’s nice to have things put into perspective every now and again. even though i’m looking into the future, i can still be happy with the present. thanks, kevin goldblum.
caroline has good reason to be happy. she’s not only smart as a whip, but she’s fairly easy to look at. you can see more of caroline HERE.