I was honoured when James Burchill at Rumble showed financial services brand Sun Super The Ol’ Boys and suggested they commission the works for their new print campaign. It’s a wonderful feeling to have work come directly out of personal projects. We recreated 5 new The Ol’ Boys portraits especially for them.
This campaign is out now and it’s nice to see them printed very large in some very prominent places.
To see more of The O’ Boys click here
Recently teamed up with Lindsay Thompson & his team at Khemistry to bring this campaign to life for financial services provider Silver Chef. We lit each shot in sections then used a combination of retouching and 3D to produce some dynamic results.
Dear friends, colleagues and supporters of our work, wishing you a very happy new year and an amazing 2016.
We are looking forward to our paths crossing this year. See you soon!
Soooooo happy to be awarded Gold and 2 Silvers for the 3 portraits from The Ol’ Boys project that we entered. Thank you Brisbane Advertising and Design Club!
(image via BADC)
Recently worked alongside TV production group The Producers and director Tristian Houghton to produce images to support the Red Card campaign for Queensland Police. There’s more about the campaign on mUmBRELLA
Everyone look out for each other out there, and stay safe 🙂
Agency: Brother & Co, Creative Director: Piet Human
Art Director: Lieve Torbyens, Account Service: Alicia Diaz
I was on Stradbroke Island not long ago shooting an advertising project. Walking back to the car I saw these junior Surf Lifesavers walking on the beach on patrol. The colours of their uniforms and the perfect white sand of Stradbroke Island just punched me in the face! Luckily I was holding a medium format camera. I don’t even recall exposing I just lifted it, waited a second for them to walk into position on my frame and snapped! This shot really spells out summer in Australia for me. I wound up getting an honorable mention for it at the 2013 International Photography awards. Happy Dayz