Month: June 2016

Sam Jones shoots Matthew McConaughey

Spencer Lowell shoots Miranda July for WIRED Germany

Frank Ockenfels 3 shoots Paul Simon for Billboard

Sam Jones – Today we have an Off Camera update for you all!!

Friday FIRST! A motion piece ” Something About Magazine ” shot in #DTLA by Aaron Smith

Spencer Lowell shoots Cindy Sherman for The Hollywood Reporter



SL_CindySherman3I am excited to be going to see the Cindy Sherman show tomorrow night at The Broad Museum. Spencer was thrilled to see the show before it opened and photograph Cindy for THR.

It is her first museum show in LA in over twenty years and is called ” Imitation of Life ” and the Broads are one of Sherman’s biggest collectors with 127 pieces of her work in their collection.

Read the story from THR here

Reserve your tickets here

06/23/2016 | Posted by Eye Forward

Categories: Art, Editorial, Gallery, General, New Work, Photography, Spencer Lowell


Aaron Smith – New work just published in Something About Magazine!

Here is the scoop:

Shot in downtown Los Angeles or #DTLA as we call it, with model Kaitlyn Rightmyer in our sun soaked avenues, dressed by stylist Lwany Smith in a combination of the AW16 collections by Coach, The Row, Stella McCartney and Alexander Wang with all American favourites Levi’s, JBrand and Thrasher Skateboard Magazine.

We will show you more of this shoot tomorrow and the film – which we are all super excited about!

Check out the whole story here

06/22/2016 | Posted by Eye Forward

Categories: Aaron Smith, Editorial, Fashion, General, New Work, Photography


Frank Ockenfels 3 – Sony Pictures – Ghostbusters release is getting closer and….

Can’t we go to Italy? It is too hot in LA today and we really want to go see Christo’s new work on Lake Iseo!

Beginning this week, and lasting for only sixteen days, visitors to the Italian Lake Iseo can “walk on water.” The Floating Piers is the work of Christo and Jeanne-Claude, based on an idea first conceived in 1970. Built using 100,000 square meters of shimmering yellow fabric, carried by a modular floating dock system of 220,000 high-density polyethylene cubes, the installation—which sits just above water level—undulates with the movement of the lake.

Those who experience The Floating Piers will feel like they are walking on water – or perhaps the back of a whale.


One day I will see a Christo installation!

Learn more about the installation here

06/20/2016 | Posted by Eye Forward

Categories: Art, General, Travel

Happy Father’s Day with Dewey Nicks and Tommy Bahama!