Gary Aspden, brand expert and consultant to Adidas, launched a brief where he asked for images that spoke to the brand, one that is rooted in sports.
Move slowly in a straight line. That’s what your iPhone or camera says in panorama mode. But what I’m capturing isn’t moving slowly. It isn’t moving in a straight line. The Adidas subject is always active, going beyond itself, trying to break it’s own boundaries, crossing it’s lines. After all, impossible is nothing. I hope you enjoy a photo series made entirely in panorama mode, with a mix of photos shot on the iPhone and shot on a camera, and a mix of studio and outdoor shots.
A print ad for One.Org
Gamine Eyewear can totally block out the sun with their round shades.
Never ending posters for Johnnie Walker.
Pedigree Pup-letes Soccer and Basketball
Anual Pillow Fight in São Paulo
Worspit The Illest
Promo photos for rapper Wordspit the Illest.
Don’t let a drunk driver take your car.
Follow Your NOLA
Putting the City of New Orleans back on the map.
A synesthesia project for Le Vernis Chanel.
A series of photographs taken in 2016 in Ecuador and The Washington Coast