Savhanna & the Headstone Hood // Runamuk Visuals Winter ’15 range is available now at www.runamukvisuals.bigcartel.com
Big thanks to everyone in this photo (and Abbot) GOOD CREW, GOOD TIMES.
You can get the gear in this photo at the RV Store
After years of producing films and moving media it was neat to last night deliver the final still shots of my first campaign shoot. Photography and Videography are alike in many ways, yet vastly different in so many others. All in all, it’s been refreshing to work with the concept of capturing still images.
To design the logo and text for Fox & Wolf Swim, and now shoot their first ever campaign is a good feeling. Knowing it is a brand built in Noosa, the town I grew up in make it even better. All the best with it Meredyth. Stay Tuned, Fox & Wolf goes live soon.
Here are a handful of shots.
For work enquiries, whether it be video, stills or design contact Jake e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Painting keeps me sane and when I stop thinking too much and just start throwing down colours things usually work best. This craft was for one of my best mates, Conno, and I usually fuck up his boards, today was a good one.
If you are after some colour on your board or wall hit me up at email@example.com
Until the past few weeks I hadn’t taken a photo on anything other than my phone in awhile. I’m kinda happy I started shooting stills again. I’ve actually bagged a few images. Model: Ruby Drew. The D&V tee is available in limited numbers, but will be restocked next week. Hit the RV store box on your right.
Inbetween projects I’ve trying to piece my first ever showreel together. It’s been something else altogether. What helps me cull clip after clip and keep going is that it’s made up of vision of some of my best mates. Fuck Yeah! This a frame of Red from “Four Sure” helped out with a little flash from Steve Gourlay.
There’s a lot to love about this short doco. Nice work.
A collection of RV designs past and present ready for slappin’! Get some here
A very fine short piece of Jack Freestone by Mikey Mallalieu. Good work mate.