After a few years of creating these images of Peterbilts with Agnes Olech, here is the 1st comprehensive published editorial of this work. As you may know, Peterbilt made this idea famous starting back in the 1960s when they were selling an idea of “Class” to the owner/operator. They made calendars and magazine ads by photographing an elegantly dressed woman in front of their trucks. After coming across these images years ago, I decided to bring this idea back and knew just the actress to cast. Agnes Olech has an “Old Hollywood” look about her and my stylist Lindsey Dupuis has a great eye for vintage inspired, modern designed dresses. Please keep a look out for a couple 2013 calendars featuring my photography and production coming out soon.
After much anticipation, the 1st edition of the Chrome and Elegance Calendar is finally here.I teamed up with Carl at Rockwood Products Inc and Tim Ludwig to make this calendar happen.It features 13 different rigs with actress Agnes Olech in a studio environment.For more info please check the the website hereMake sure you get yours order now as there are limited supplies and this one is bound to become collectors edition.
Here is a Claire Coffee interview and photo story in the latest issue of “the stndrd”, a great new Men’s Magazine. Claire is a big 49ers fan so she is excited for the Super Bowl this year. Claire was such a pleasure to work with. I want to give 2 big “thank yous” to my amazing Stylist Lindsey Dupuis and Make Up artist Andre Sarmiento. Look for more images from this shoot of Claire to come out in the media now that NBC’s Grimm returns to prime time.
Check out this Chrome and Elegance calendar story in New Zealand’s top trucking magazine
The 2 page story includes a contest to win one of 6 calendars. Here is a word from Simon the editor from a Facebook post:
Roger Snider, one of America’s best custom truck photographers, has made it his personal mission to deliver one of the most stunning truck calendars available for 2014. His latest iteration of the calendar returns us to the days of Peterbilt’s Class advertisements which used to grace the back of America magazines