Back in January we flew out to Vancouver to shoot @milosraonic for @espnmagazine. He has a ridiculous serve and that is what we tasked to highlight. He was great to work with. Super nice guy. We got some great images. I have been sitting on these for a while now and we can finally put them out there.
The New NHL! Cover Shoot! Last week we had 24hrs notice to head off to #Dallas to shoot the cover for #Sportsnet Magazine. @tseguinofficial of the @DallasStars is lighting it up this year. He headlines this group of young stars poised to take over the #NHL. He was great fun to work with! We had some good laughs. The budget was tight so thankfully our Hotel had FREE Happy Hour! God Bless #America. Dallas reminded me a lot of my #hometown of #Calgary. Big trucks and chewing tobacco!
KC Armstrong had the “world by the balls” when he was on the Stern Show, but now, he needs some serious help. David Arquette is a good man to try to help him out, and I hope that he gets his life back on track soon
A while back I got together with digital artist Hugh Syme to work another creative idea. Similar to an image we made a few years ago of a Weatherman reporting in a raging hurricane, this idea was to create an older more weathered and rough around the edges version of Popeye. This was an idea that I had been tossing around for awhile but wasn’t sure how I would pull it off. Enter Hugh and his ability to create fantastic atmospheres. We found some great talent and got to work in the studio. These are my two favorites form the shoot.
#wethenorth Here are some outtakes from our @sportsnetmagpix shoot we did with the Raptors awhile back. These guys are on fire!! Amir Johnson @IamAmirJohnson , Jonas Valanciunas @JValanciunas , and the Surprise of the draft Bruno Caboclo @Bruno_Caboclo.
Watching the game tonight made me think about this image. A story we shot back in 2010 for @ESPN looking at the trend to drafting tall goalies. Here you see ironically a former #Montreal draft pick Jason Missiean compared to Dustin Tokarski. I felt that the smaller goalie actually left fewer holes for the shooter to look at. I guess once they go down into the butterfly all that probably changes a bit? Anyway he is on the big stage now!