Continuing my ongoing relationship with Floyd, I was thrilled to shoot the entire campaign for their new product launch, the Floyd Table. This was a huge project, with five shoots (in San Diego, Eagle Rock, Silver Lake, and Brooklyn) spread over eight days. I can’t say enough good things about Floyd—their products are gorgeous and their people are fun and cool to work with. I’m already excited to shoot for them again in the months ahead. But first, here are some images from their launch, live today!
On my second shoot for Floyd, I headed out to Joshua Tree to shoot in a 1949 hacienda.
I photographed the women from Everybody for The Journal of Alta California. The shoot involved traveling with them from their studio to suppliers and manufacturers in Los Angeles. Lots of fun!
Mohawk General Store opened a new outpost in the wilds of Santa Monica, and Monocle sent me there on opening day to photograph the store, owner Kevin Carney, and some of Kevin’s favorite things. He was a dream to work with, laid back and full of ideas, and a great model, too! Here are some outtakes that I love. I’d never photographed fashion before, but this made me want to try more!
FT Weekend sent me to Adelanto, California, 90 miles east of Los Angeles, to photograph the booming medical marijuana industry and its effects on this desert town. They asked me to photograph whatever caught my eye in Adelanto, and then meet with and photograph Mayor Richard Kerr and a new medical marijuana facility. Really fun assignment.