Spencer Lowell shoots Kelly Wearstler and Brad Korzen for The Hollywood Reporter

at their new extended-Stay hotel called Proper which is 22-floor, 200-unit building in Hollywood. Now there is an a chic alternative to the famous Oakwood Apartments for all those people moving from NY to LA – ha ha and for people who are in between permanent housing. Known for the Viceroy Hotels which they have since sold to Starwood, Kelly is of course a well known interior designer as well as fashion designer!

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Frank Ockenfels 3 shoots Matt Damon for JASON BOURNE – opens tomorrow night!

Matt Damon’s fourth and not necessarily final outing as the CIA’s amnesiac super-assassin gone rogue, Jason Bourne. That’s after The Bourne Identity (2002), The Bourne Supremacy (2004) and The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) and not counting franchise spinoff The Bourne Legacy (2012) in which Bourne himself did not actually appear.

This latest iteration reunites Damon with director Paul Greengrass who as ever shows his mastery of muscular, deafening, frenetically edited action sequences – the visual equivalent of a drum-roll. Greengrass, who has co-written the film with his editor Christopher Rouse, whisks us to cities all over the world and the drama here culminates in an eye-poppingly spectacular finale in Las Vegas!

Get ready for an action ride!

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Dewey Nicks sailing with Tommy Bahama!

Always fun to work with one of our favorite and long term clients.

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Patrik Giardino shoots Diego Luna for The Red Bulletin

Diego Luna-Alexander is a Mexican actor known for his childhood telenovela work, a starring role in the film Y tu mamá también and supporting roles in American films, including Rudo y Cursi, The Terminal, Elysium and Milk. His next film is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

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On a Monday morning these stray cats….featured on FEATURE SHOOT by the photographer Masaaki Ito….

Remind us of the simple joy of being alive and also about how there are pictures everwhere – it brings to mind this quote by Henry David Thoreau:

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”

We love the blog FEATURE SHOOT – they wrote:

In the wake of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, Japanese photographer Masaaki Ito found warmth and comfort in some unlikely friends: the stray cats of Tokyo. As the country grieved, he rediscovered joy in the homeless felines, who roamed the streets in search of food, company, or a kind gesture. For the past few years, Ito has been chronicling the many adventures of the cats he endearingly calls his “neighbors.”

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