My quarterly “New Work” portfolio launches this morning — a little late (it’s been a very busy spring here at SHP WHQ). Hit the image above to see the full collection.
And as always, I took the opportunity to promote a few of the winners from the last NW collection into my main “Interiors” portfolio, and retired some of the older stuff that I’m sick of looking at.
Among the clients who supplied killer material for me this term are:
Muratore Corp • Custom Kitchens • Bentwood Kitchens • Dumican Mosey Architects • Skyline Construction • Andrew Cohen Architects • Holly Bender Interiors • MB Jessee, Inc. • Michael Friedes Interior Design
Thanks to all!
On location at Mulberry, San Francisco.
Post Production on a hot summer afternoon requires certain hydration protocols.
Rigging the camera so it’s IN the window…just don’t look down!
On location with Susan Harris Interiors, San Francisco.
Pre-shoot walk-through with Arco National Construction, near the Oakland International Airport. This is what 155,000 square feet looks like. In a few weeks, it’ll be full of beer.
More aerials today….and we were dodging the big guys, flying very close to SFO. Lots going on, between a pretty stiff wind and a lot of traffic. We’d ask for permission to fly the line I needed for my shot, wait for them to give us the go-ahead, and in we’d go. Rick Cascelli, the pilot, would push it as far as he could into what is nominally restricted space, yaw the plane and then lift the wing for me. I’d have time for 5 or 6 frames, tops, and then he’d bank hard left and hit the gas to get us out of there.
Air traffic control was actually really good to us – they let us pull that maneuver four times, while keeping Southwest, Alaska, and of course, Continental (above, I think) on time.