Sam Jones shoots the Musical Newman Family for Vanity Fair March Issue

We love Randy Newman, think of all his great classic songs and his amazing hits for movies like Toy Story and Monsters Inc.

Turns out he comes from a family history of music in the movies and his two cousins, David and Tom, seen above have also made some serious contributions to music in the movies.

Read the really interesting article about this talented family here

 

Spencer Lowell shoots for The Hollywood Reporter – And just in time for the Oscars

this weekend – a wonderful story on the ancestors of Oscar winners of the past and we will feature those images in future posts but for now enjoy our favorite little gold statute – Charlton Heston’s so beautifully photographed above and the weekend and of course The Oscar’s this Sunday – only a couple of days left to get all those films you have not seen in and work on your ballots!

 

Aaron Smith shoots for Stacy Adams in Venice – California that is!

Love these new images Aaron shot for Stacy Adams one of America’s oldest brands!

Did you know that the Stacy Adams Shoe Company was founded in 1875 in Brockton, Massachusetts, United States, by William H. Stacy and Henry L. Adams.

Take look at their website here which has a lot of Aaron’s work featured look here

 

Spencer Lowell shoots for Budweiser with Anomaly NY

And gets his first billboard with one of the images in Times Square!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go into a large brewery where they make great quantities of beer each day? Well Spencer and I and our trusty producer spent a day in the Valley seeing this operation which was of course extremely hyper clean and very well organized and kind of amazing. It is always great to work with Anomaly – one of the best and most creative agencies today and of course it is always interesting when it is OK to have a beer at lunch on a shoot!

 

Dewey Nicks shoots for Vanity Fair some crazy Viners and You Tubers!

Have you heard of these guys? I sure have not but the shoots were really fun and the story looks great – read here from the new March Hollywood Issue about King Bach, Rocket Jump and Taryn Southern and whether they can make the transition to Hollywood here