Posts Tagged ‘OAKLEY’

FEAR AND LOATHING IN AUSTRALIA – 1

Earlier this year Oakley sent us to Australia to shoot Ryan Sheckler’s commercial for their Beyond Reason campaign. While out there, we documented the trip for an online article for the newly re-launched One Icon site and interactive platform. The feature Fear & Loathing in Australia exposes a trip down under, starring Curren Caples, Eric Koston, Rune Glifberg, and Ryan Sheckler. With three RED cameras manned by Kirk Dianda, Eric Brag and Tim (not related to Steve) Irwin, along with photographer and skateboard superstar, Arto Saari, and myself to shoot photos, we captured all the mischief that went down.

See the full feature here.

Here are some of the behind-the-scenes images I shot.

 

FEAR AND LOATHING IN AUSTRALIA – 2

Earlier this year Oakley sent us to Australia to shoot Ryan Sheckler’s commercial for their Beyond Reason campaign. While out there, we documented the trip for an online article for the newly re-launched One Icon site and interactive platform. The feature Fear & Loathing in Australia exposes a trip down under, starring Curren Caples, Eric Koston, Rune Glifberg, and Ryan Sheckler. With three RED cameras manned by Kirk Dianda, Eric Brag and Tim (not related to Steve) Irwin, along with photographer and skateboard superstar, Arto Saari, and myself to shoot photos, we captured all the mischief that went down.

See the full feature here.

Here are some of the behind-the-scenes images I shot.

BLOKES IN AUSTRALIA

Some portraits I shot in Oz… Check out my Instagram or #OAKLEYINOZ for more.

FACTORY PILOT

I scored a pair of the Oakley Factory Pilot eye shades over the weekend! And as a big fan of the Blades, these things are insane, and take me straight back to 1984!

I heard a rumor that these re-issues are made from the original molds that were used back in the day, which makes them extra awesome!

Can’t wait to rock them on my bike!

Photo by AB

LOVE AND GUTS

While we were in NYC to film the LOVE & GUTS exhibition in soho, I shot portraits of the artist involved. There is something quite intimate and strange about shooting a portrait. The face can say so many things without uttering a word.

Check out the film that Kirk and I shot here.

Artist and Artworks photo series here.

STEVE OLSON

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