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Greg featured in Lürzer’s 200 Best

By |February 15th, 2018|Categories: Syndicated Content|

We wanted to take a quick minute to send major kudos Greg’s way for being selected and featured in the 2018/19 Lürzer’s Archive Best 200 Ad Photographers worldwide. Lürzur’s Archive has been publishing the 200 Best books since 2004 in multiple disciplines. A jury specially convened for each volume selects …


By |May 24th, 2017|Categories: Syndicated Content|

We’re pumped to officially introduce Brian Ellebracht and our new 3D & CGI showreel. Brian is a St. Louis native that bounced around the country working at small boutique Post Houses like DreamWorks over the last decade and a half before looking to come back to STL. When we heard he was looking …

Dead Poet Series: Spring is Like a Perhaps Hand

By |March 27th, 2017|Categories: Syndicated Content|

We’re really excited to introduce “Spring is like a Perhaps Hand,” the first installment of a new project called the Dead Poets Series – short films about drinks and food inspired by poetry. Brace yourself: This isn’t your goat-boy-galloping-down-the-lane-piping-a-piccolo-and-waking-the-daffodils video. Following the rhythm of E.E. Cummings’ “Spring is like a …

Black, White, Blue – Food Photography Series by Greg Stroube

By |March 15th, 2017|Categories: Syndicated Content|

Using a limited color palette, Greg Stroube created 6 new stills for his series of ‘Black, White, and Blue Foods.’ It’s a cool challenge, considering how unusual these colors are in the culinary context. That surface? Charred cedar. Greg took a torch to it in true ‘shou-sugi-ban’ fashion, a Japanese …