We were commissioned by Victory’s european design firm to shoot the images for their 2015 launch, we shot both locations for three days, the Palm Springs visitor center & the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown L.A, and then moved to Thunder Studios in Long Beach for two days of talent+motorcycle action.
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