SportsArt just launched a new line of eco-friendly exercise equipment that is totally human powered and puts electricity back into the grid. They hired Sea Creature Films to help tell their story. This is the first piece of equipment in the line - The Verde Eco-Powr Treadmill.
A few recent product reviews for Leafly, the worlds largest cannabis information resource.
Pike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States. The Market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the United States. I was recently asked to document the new 74 million "Market Front" addition. Just a great design and a beautiful space!
A few selects from a recent shoot for a new personal training app called Trainiac. Trainiac's mission is to get you exercising regularly and effectively by providing personalized training and instruction right on your device. Excited to see this launch in the coming weeks. Head over to Trainiac's site to get more information.
Domicile is a boutique corporate housing experience that targets the business travel market by combining Airbnb-style lodging with hotel amenities. This was a one-man-band style production with a tight budget and time-frame but I think we were able to create something that helps bring the idea to life. Simon Tam is Domicile's CTO and plays the part of the business traveler in the piece. Head over to bookdomicile.com to learn more about this unique approach to the corporate travel housing experience.
I love helping small businesses tell their story. Here are a few shots from a shoot I did with Sangha Yoga in Seattle. They recently opened their doors and needed images of all their teachers. They did not want to do traditional headshots so we brought all the teachers in and ran a few mock classes so we could shoot everybody in action. Really happy with how this set turned out and excited to see how Sangha integrates these into their marketing campaign and social media channels.
A fun collaboration with my friends from Monster and Sea, an organization centered around paddling and dedicated to building community, helping families affected by cancer, and encouraging people to live life to the fullest. For more information on how to get involved and/or to check out some awesome gear head to Monster and Sea's website.