My photos are featured in this week’s cover story on the successful DOS EQUIS “Most Interesting Man in the World” campaign. The new TV spots will start to air next month!
As you may know, I have become great friends with Jonathan Goldsmith or as you may know him “The most interesting man in the world” over the last 4 years of working together. Today we were able to meet up for a quick bite and cup of coffee at my most favorite local place, Joans on 3rd
Then we took a quick drive up to Sunset Blvd near the Arclight and we shot these:
And then quickly over to Big Wangs for a few in the parking lot:
We both though it was cool how they painted the wall using the photo I shot. Jonathan had to run because E! was about to shoot a episode on him back in Marina del Rey. He had just been to the Kentucky Derby where he was cheered by 167,00 people on the jumbotron, and where he also lost some money on the horse “Stay Thirsty”. If you happen to come across some of these billboards in your town, please Facebook me a photo. And if you see Jonathan out and about, don’t hesitate to say hello, he is very nice unless you are TMZ or the paparazzi.
If you have been following “The Most Interesting Man in the World”, then you might catch the latest TV Ads and Billboards that are now out. Here are a few images from the latest spots and a Billboard I shot for the campaign. The girls in the Ice Bivouac are Victoria Barabas and N.I.N.A. Enjoy!
The latest Hornitos ad I shot when I teamed up with La Comunidad in Miami and The Barbarian Group in NYC for the brand owned by Beam Inc out of Chicago.
The story follows a group of 4 guys who realize that asking for a specific kind of Tequila can be equated with being decisive about other choices in life. Here is the TV Spot
Here are some travel snaps of my recent trip to Europe. Thanks to Ferdy de Martin. He made it all this possible. Please check his website out here:
So I am off to the show just south of Salt Lake City. Its in Thanksgiving Point which is about a 1/2 hour drive down form SLC. Jeff England heads it up and is a super nice guy. I used my location strobe light for the 1st time at last year’s show. Check out the photos:
Really amazing weather and nice people. Last year I drove I could shoot some landscapes in Zion on the way home. This year i am flying so i can head out to the Pac NW on Sunday. Really looking forward to that trip. A nice book will come of it I am sure!