Passion Projects

Workbook Interview

We sat down with The Workbook team earlier this year and shared a few stories about our journey into the world of still and motion photography. Featuring a few of our favorite personal projects, The Workbook’s interview also touches on our hope to have more similar work in the future.

Kelly Harrison | Montana Fly Gal

We headed west this past spring to meet up with Kelly Harrison and tell her story of being a female fly fishing guide. Montana's scenic rivers and mountains surrounded us as we spent the day capturing stills and video with her.

Crew:

Editing: Rob Prochnow
Colorist: Nice Shoes
Music: Musicbed

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Amy Imdieke Hooping

Sometimes you need to go and shoot just for the joy of it, this is one of those projects. Amy Imdieke is a Senior Graphic Designer in Minneapolis. Out side of her day job she is a member of the hula hooping dance troupe known as the Twistin Vixens.

Amy's skills with the hoop is a site to behold. As Amy did her thing we followed along with her capturing the movements. Her diverse bag of tricks in the end shined throughout the project.

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Pints and Pinball

There is no such thing as downtime when you are freelance. After a busy spring with client work a week opened up and with that we took the opportunity to shoot some fun test work. Pulling together a killer team, we spent the afternoon working with the models to create a fun and energetic shoot.  Its hard to not have a good time when you have such an energetic group of models and some of the best pinball machines in town.

Producer: Tanya Silver

2nd camera/ Ronin Operator:  Chris Worlow

Assistant: Matthew Hintz

Hair/ MUA: Amber Young

Wardrobe:Julie Caruso

Video Editor: Joseph McMahon

Location Scout: Charlotte Ariss

Location: Nomad World Pub

Talent: Moore Creative and Agency Models and Talent

 

BTS Boomarang Dance Party with Joseph MacMhon showing off his sweet dance movies.

Teresa Audet: Handmade Wooden Goods

Being connected to your work in a personal way is something that we always strive for as visual creatives. Seeing other creatives that have a personal connection to their work is inspiring. Recently, we worked with Teresa Audet who crafts handmade wooden goods. By working mainly with hand tools she has a true understanding of each piece that she makes that would be lost using power tools.