This was an emergency. Texas Monthly called us in need of an opener for a story on charter schools and needed it in just two days. Day one, Robin Finlay found all of these props (and tons more) and we built a vintage classroom set in the studio. Day two, we shot it and sent it off in record time. Then Caleb Bennett made a groovy intro design and finito! A winner is me!
I was shooting some food for Texas Monthly last week and decided to give them some extra options. Poor Lindsay from The Butler Brothers stopped by to pick up some prints and ended up with a giant camera in her face. I pretty much grabbed any poor soul that wandered into my studio and exploited them. Here are the exploits.
We were approached to create a cover for a seed manufacturer’s (no not Monsanto) quarterly publication. At some point, someone mentioned a type cover, and we love type! So my brilliant stylist Robin made some options and we ended up with these two final images. We like type.
This ad ran in Sports Illustrated for Ace Hardware. It’s for an Auto Hammer. I want one. We pounded all of these nails into this plywood by hand. I have a nail gun, but nail guns don’t use pretty nails. So if anyone wants to send me an auto hammer you can find my studio address on my contact page.