Lexus Plus is a different way to purchase an automobile, designed to transform the traditionally painful wheeling and dealing into a simplified and enjoyable customer experience. To promote the service, Team One needed a different type of photographer, one with a background in storytelling and an ability to create an image that’s both aspirational and authentic. So they brought in Shaun Fenn.
To highlight a story about an iconic Texas gas station’s expansion across the southeast, Texas Monthly asked Randal Ford to march an army beavers of down a highway.
Campbell’s Soup asked Michael Prince to photograph a series of portraits of the company’s most valued employees.
San Francisco-based Eleven Inc worked with Randal Ford on images for a new print, web, and social campaign for peer-to-peer car sharing app Getaround.
Barefoot Wines is all about making wine fun for everyone. Annabelle Breakey says the only challenge of shooting for Barefoot is having too much fun on set.
Randal Ford teamed up with BBDO SF, Charlie Uniform Tango, and a posse of pets from Hollywood Animals to produce a series of live-action assets for Crave Pet Foods.
Austin-based agency Preacher tapped Randal Ford to capture attitude-filled portraits of authentic Vital Farms hens for a new series of print ads with cheeky taglines
Starbucks wanted to do something a little different for the winter menu boards in its Asian stores, placing the featured drinks between two planes of stained glass. Annabelle Breakey and her team got to work sourcing brightly colored plexiglass and fresh ingredients.
For an outdoor ad campaign in NYC, Annabelle Breakey was tasked with bringing Rao’s Homemade to life in a way that honored the company’s nostalgic history and showed off the sauce’s wholesome ingredients in a fresh and playful way.
RJ Muna shoots the 2019 Audi A8 with Venables Bell & Partners.
In the world of modern dance, the promotional photographs for an upcoming production are often taken months before the piece is fully choreographed, not to mention before sets are built, lighting is designed, and costumes are made. So it was something of a luxury when photographer RJ Muna and choreographer Liss Fain met in the studio to create images for Liss’s Fall 2018 production, A Recomposition: I Don’t Know and Never Will.
Randal Ford’s second video spot for InnovAge is a lighthearted spoof on the beloved Cheers theme song, Everybody Knows Your Name.
Shaun Fenn says any excuse to photograph sports is fine by him. For the past two years, he’s been working with the United States Tennis Association to create a custom library of images to use across their website and advertising platforms.
As a rookie photographer, shooting covers for Texas Monthly was the gold standard of photography assignments for Randal Ford.
When Jim Salzano got the call to shoot a short video interview featuring photographer Tony Vaccaro, he didn’t know who he was. “And I know a lot about photography,” Jim laughed.
During March Madness, Capital One released a television commercial directed by Spike Lee featuring Samuel L. Jackson and Charles Barkley in his “snack hoodie.”
Matthew Turley is accustomed to working with a whole range of subjects—models in Namibia, Ram Trucks deep in the heart of Texas, and even the occasional stingray—but working with the Travelocity Roaming Gnome was a little bit different.
Method teams up with a leading designer every year to create a limited edition collection featured in Target. Brooklyn-based interior designer Athena Calderone came up with this year’s collection called Urban Metallics.
If you’ve been in New York City in the past couple of weeks, you’ve most certainly noticed the humorous new advertising campaign for the Jewish dating site Jdate “Powered by Yentas,” shot by Randal Ford.
To announce the integration of Dell Services into Japan’s NTT Data, the company turned to photographer Randal Ford to create a video and a series of print ads. The assignment was simple: Show off the experts at NTT Data and Dell as the IT rock stars they are.