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The location for the Lifestyle channel’s “you” recent shoot had to the seen to be believed… Think marble tiles, countless columns, ornate gardens, huge swimming pool and everything with gold accents.
This was the perfect place to photography our “Buff” male stereotypes as their clothes magically disappeared and they are left standing in their undies.
Our photoshoot was done in conjunction with the making of the TV commercial and has to be one of the biggest productions to date. Unfortunately it had been raining quite a lot beforehand and the film crew’s muddy boots left quite an impression on the white carpets…
Working with the brilliant creative minds at Mahlab Media, we found ourselves at Bicentennial Park in Glebe shooting the Oct/Nov cover of Active Retirees. Special shout out to Charlie, Honey and Birdie, our awesome K9 models!
Working closely with Dynamix agency, myself and Jason were pleased to be part of the creative team and photograph the Peter Maddison for Grand Designs Australia series three outdoor and print campaign.
Tuesday the 16th of October heralded the return of the Summer racing series at Heffron Park. With Marcus donning the lycra and representing the studio spirit as well as Randwick Botany Cycle Club.
What better excuse to strap on a camera and get shooting!
Last weekend Pieter and myself headed off to cover the latest “Tough Mudder” obstacle course event in Glenworth Valley, about 80km north of Sydney.
The first obstacle was just the battle to get there…. with over 12500 people and a one lane dirt road into the venue it took what seemed like an eternity to travel the last 5km from the freeway exit.
We were there to get shots of “The world’s Toughest Tax return” where Rob Emphrams would file his Tax return whilst participating in the event using a Panasonic Toughbook laptop.
From an observers point of view, the course was every bit as tough as the course organisers would have you believe, and even dirtier than I could have imagined.
At one point near the end of the course, the scene looked like a sea of muddy zombies emerging from the grave, and I’m certain many of the competitors felt the part too.
Impressively the laptop did survive the punishment and Rob was able to file his return electronically.
In this addition of Junks Seasonal look book we made the Princes Highway Tempe look like Sunset Boulevard Hollywood.
Down a grimy alleyway in the dark of night you never know what you may find. In this case it was more pleasant than expected! The smell of sizzling Wagu, finely sliced Lardon and the Meat Maestro himself, Celebrity chef Adrian Richardson.
Perched on a ladder in the middle of the street, I found myself using phrase’s such as “Can you show me more meat?” and “Could you move your sausage to the left?”.
Thanks to Adrian, the crew and Dynamix for a really cool shoot.