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This just in: OJO Images takes the West by storm!

This just in: OJO Images takes the West by storm!

Mix up:

  • 50 models
  • 6 locations
  • vintage prop cars, surfboards, computers, conference tables and a long list of all the props you can think of
  • stunning wardrobe
  • gorgeous weather
  • 2 energetic, focused art directors armed with creative briefs
  • 2 mad talented photographers
  • the hardest working, most positive, can-do, innovative crew known to the Western world
  • 5 days

Add a bit of NEAT and the result is Stock that is definitely top drawer, unexpected and sure to spark the creative buyer for some time! See more here on the OJO site.


Persian POV

(c)Sheridan Stancliff

From an ongoing project focusing on Persian food and lifestyle. Styled by the amazing Robin Tucker, Shot by Sheridan Stancliff, concept, research and art-direction by NEAT.

Pomengrantates (c)Sheridan Stancliff

Pomengranates have a long history in mythology and much attributed with healing powers. Remember Persephone?

(c)Sheridan Stancliff

Rice delicately dyed with saffron.

Strawberries!

(c) Sheridan Stancliff

Planting Strawberries for an urban garden shoot with Sheridan . Our research uncovered lore about the only fruit with seeds on the outside (!).

Legend says that if you break the strawberry in half and share it, you will soon fall in love with each other. Hmmm….

Training Wheels

(c)Moxie Productions

A local cycling shop was a perfect location to explore small business concepts, father/daughter relationships and cycling culture. Timeless, elegant stock imagery from Moxie Productions.

Downtown

(c)Peter Bohler

Shooting three models in five downtown LA locations in under six hours is the kind of thing that makes us excited about our job. The images from this night time shoot with photographer Pete Bohler are both creative and architecturally beautiful, showcasing some of Los Angeles’ unique character and personality. From metro stations to bus stops and dark freeway underpasses, Pete did an amazing job recognizing beauty in places that few people see it.