Mike Powell has been busy busy busy on his tour around the world shooting celebrity athletes, traveling everywhere from London to Dubai to Johannesburg. We’ve got a behind-the-scenes look at some of the action!
Pat Molnar had an amazing shoot in LA last week with some great people from some great companies we can’t mention yet. Check out some behind the scenes shots below, and stay tuned for more announcements!
Thank you very, very much to Dave, Allie, Ryan, Christina, Rita, Laura, Josh, Kim, John and David @ Gravy Productions, Greg, Ben, Drew, Bryan, Justin, Keith, Joe, Christina, Sam, Elizabeth, Greg, Danny D, Lucy, Gabby, Rusty and all of the talent and location folks.
Pat Molnar is certainly keeping busy! Check out these behind the scenes shots from his recent shoot for Wells Fargo. We know he’s working hard – but it looks like a lot of fun!
Thank you to Amy, Vanessa, Romy, Kirt, Alyssa, Melissa, Drew, Chris, Andrew, Christian, Radford, AB, Christa, other Melissa, Kate, Kaylinn, Stephen, Stephen’s asst., Caroline, Nancy, Ryan at Park Tavern and all the talent. And last but not least, the ever-so-fabulous John Noonan at Gravy Productions.
Pat Molnar is certainly racking up the miles! Check out these behind the scenes shots from his recent shoot in Montana. Looks cold – but the scenery is truly spectacular!
Brian Kuhlmann was tapped to shoot celebrity chef Guy Fieri for Kraft Foods! The print ads are coming out in time for the Super Bowl XLVI, but in the meantime here are a couple shots from behind-the-scenes…
Snacking with Guy, Brian and the entire crew
Brian, Guy and Eric
Here are a few images from behind the scenes at Pat’s latest shoot for Ronald McDonald House in Waycross, GA:
Krovblit recently directed a video spot for Virgin Gaming which just launched on the Madden NFL home page (on launch day no less !) and will be running as a national TV spot in the US, UK and Canada. See the video spot here.
Through the EA Sports Arena, (powered by Virgin Gaming), you can play the online video game Madden NFL 12 for real cash prizes, so in addition to bragging rights you can actually earn some dough, go figure.
Krovblit says the daunting part of the shoot was:
‘getting the talent to get the dodging away from the ball part just right so that we could get the post effects to work properly.’
The (incredible !) still photo of the family portrait, (used as a prop on the back wall) was also shot by Krovblit and when asked how he managed to pull together such a convincing family unit to match the talent he said: