This summer, I photographed the work of talented interior designer Katie Martinez in Nantucket, Massachusetts. It was featured on Architectural Digest HERE. This house is new construction but comes across as classic and modern. Every detail carefully considered. Great project to work on.
Each year, swimmers, kayakers and rowers embark on a 2-mile journey from Menemsha to Quitsa Pond in Martha’s Vineyard. I was there to capture still images and video. Shop prints..
As an expecting father, I had a blast shooting Seth Meyers and his son Ashe for a fun Father’s Day shoot with Maisonette. First, let me say that Seth did a great job in front of the camera – no surprises there. But I have to also say that Ashe (and Frisbee the dog) were 100% amazing for the entire shoot. Ashe didn’t even take a bathroom break (or at least none that we know of). Read the full story HERE. Thanks to Jessica and Phoebe at Maisonette
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I had the pleasure of working with Forbes Japan on their December 2016 cover story about Yancey Strickler at Kickstarter. We shot Yancey at Kickerstarter’s stunning headquarters in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Yancey was great to work and we were given a gorgeous day to shoot.
Digital advertising campaign for THE FEIRSTEIN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF CINEMA in BROOKLYN, NY
AGENCY: Brooklyn United
CHECK OUT FINAL IMAGES HERE.
A sailboat, a vintage Triumph, a ’64 Chevelle and Danica Patrick in the hills and lakes of North Carolina.
Licensing Agent: Sequential Brands Group
Creative Agency: Get The People
Production: Dustin Pegg, Brandon Pollock Down Home Films
Photographer: Malcolm Brown
Photo Assistants: Adam Amengual, Tommaso Fontanella
Digital Tech: Derek Amengual
Models: Sarah Richardson, David Bradley Lim, Lee Arthur Dahlberg
Retouching: Cyan Jack
View the website live HERE.
In June, I traveled to Korea to see a good friend open his exhibition (Chong Gon Byun). While I was in Seoul, I connected with an amazing group of BBoy dancers called Last4One. Total bunch of characters with amazing skills. These guys are incredibly graceful yet very powerful. I loved finding out that Last4One performed for Hillary Clinton during a recent visit to Korea. Born out of NYC in the 70s with Black and Puerto Rican youths, B-boying is wildly popular in South Korea.
Here is a behind-the-scenes video that we shot on an iPhone
The Final Images
1st Assistant: Kyeong Min Kim
Post-production: Tommaso Fontanella
“나 자신을 존경하라.”
“나는 사람들이 하나의 신체의 움직임 과 함께 행복 할 수있을 싶어요. ”
“I want to be able to make people happy with one body movement.”
“I’m a dancer.”
“음악은 저를 녹.”
“Music melts me.”
“마지막 승리 . 당신이 시작점 에서 찍은 도약 하지 않습니다 그것은 그것에 도달 하는 데 걸린 모든 노력과 인내 입니다 .”
“The final win is not the leap you took from the starting point. It is all the effort and patience it took to reach it.”
“모든일에 최선을 다하라.”
“Do your best in everything.”
“부러진 날개로 나는법을 배워라.”
“Take these broken wing and learn to fly.”
“심장이 뛰는일을 하라.”
“Do heart warming work.”
Sizzling video of an epic battle between Last4One and Extreme Crew:
This is our second open contest for BEST SLOGAN / CAPTION. If you forgot our first one, you can check it out here.
CONTEST: If this image below was an ad, what slogan might you see? Or, if this were a New Yorker cartoon, what caption might you read? It’s open to interpretation. Do you see a product being sold? A service? The concept here is intentionally a bit open-ended, so anything goes. To have your entry considered, please respond in the comments section below. Make sure to include your email address so I can contact you if you win. Comments will be accepted through Friday, June 7th at 12pm.