NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC + SOCIETY6 - #MYTURN
To promote the new season of National Geographic Channel's Genius: Picassso, NatGeo partnered with Society6 for the web campaign and commissioned three of their most talented and popular female artists to create new pieces inspired by the life and work of three of Picasso's muses from the mid twentieth century. The artists involved were Tallulah Fontaine, Lellopepper (Elise Mesner), and BFGF (Lilian Martinez). Josh shot the artist portraits and process shots for the Society6 blog, social media campaign, and Youtube cover images.
ATHLETA + LIVESTRONG - #UPFORANYTHING
Athleta partnered with Livestrong.com for an extremely novel campaign. Two influencers, @IAmTheDaisha and @LeeFromAmerica, both had their mothers flown in to Los Angeles from points East, and the foursome were set up for a day of complete surprise and self-care. They did a guided meditation on the beach, a boxing cardio class, a sound bath and a surprise goat yoga session before being treated to an organic meal. None of the influencers or their mothers had any idea what was in store for them when they woke up that morning.
Tillamook's #RealFoodSunday brand campaign: Images used for social platforms, editorial partnerships and BTS
3DOODLER - #WHATWILLYOUCREATE?
Josh was the Writer, Creative Director and lead Photographer for the first coffee table book by the groundbreaking 3D printing company, 3Doodler. The book, What Will You Create? Drawing with the 3Doodler, is a combination how-to crafting book and fine art photography book. The company's vision was to have a step-by-step guide to making art with the 3Doodler 3D printing pen that was more than an instruction book. They wanted to include lush, artistic photography that fully showcased the creativity and skill of the artists in their community.
In addition to the book, Josh has shot a vast array of product photography and social media content for the company, and is fascinated by capturing the worlds of emerging technology found in the 3D printing, crypto currency and VR space. The art objects above were 3D printed and sculpted by hand using PLA + ABS plastics. That includes the food. Yes, look again at the photos above, that is not real sushi, that is hand sculpted 3D printed plastic.
Josh Says: Feel free to BUY MY BOOK!