I was recently commissioned by Bob Boord (CD) and Neil Tobin (ACD) to create a series of 10 portraits for SkillsUSA; an organization that partners with students, teachers and industry leaders to ensure that America has a skilled workforce. Ironically,
Wicker Park, Chicago, is a great neighborhood and I’ve been wanting to do a portfolio shoot there. Finally put one together with help from producer Christy Schmid and models that included four from Galatea. Shot from late afternoon into early
Quote from Steve Bagby ” We engaged Andy Goodwin of Chicago to produce lifestyle imagery for 5 unique cameras, we created over 75 images all designed to support retail dealers and online communications. We developed a new asset portal site
New Coors Light Explorer ad I teamed up with Cavalry to create. I love this campaign and glad to be a part of it!
I photographed the June 2014 cover of Chicago Magazine’s two part story investigating the Chicago Police department altering the crime statistics to make their department look good. The feet image was used in the first part of the report, May 2014 issue.
I love film and photography so this project was the best of both worlds. Collaborating with Struck on the campaign, we developed a cohesive look for both the print campaign as well as the tv. Photo retouching by Brian York
A Project for Kmart displayed in stores nation wide reflecting a surprise, and any other crazy emotions that goes along with that.
Midway through my graphic design degree, I realized that I began to draw less and less. I found this a bit disconcerting and knew I didn’t want to lose the practice, so I decided I would start doing a drawing
Photographer Taylor Castle and I worked on a great project with Tracy Locke for the 2013 Pepsi / Frito-Lay NFL campaign. The scope of this project was enormous representing 23 NFL teams with a stadium and tailgating image for most.