The luxury market doesn’t just put up four walls and cover it’s racks with sale signs. They obviously have to use “starchitects” and fashion designers to create spaces that reflect their brand. Our clients recognize that it takes expertise and an exceptional attention to detail to faithfully capture the soul of their spaces. Continue reading
We were commissioned to photograph the Stratosphere, the tallest structure in Las Vegas, along with all of it’s associated properties. Further, the client requested an unencumbered edge to edge view of the property’s ground level structures, which span almost a full city block, with an even more challenging caveat of minimal distortion. Continue reading
Vegas is not known for being quaint. So when you gotta get your message out there, the bigger, the better. Take for example the iconic Penn & Teller building wrap, which has graced one side of the Rio for well over a decade. Penn & Teller’s creative team, along with Caesars Entertainment reached out to us to help continue the tradition of getting these seriously funny guys’ mugs right in the faces of everyone coming in and out of Vegas. The duo tower over of the Vegas skyline like giant sentinels with watchful eyes and a smirk.
Our Hakkasan images crosses over from editorial to advertising. The photos of the new Las Vegas Mega Nightclub and Restaurant were originally shot for editorial, but our client decided to use them for advertising, as well. We’d like to give credit where credit is due. As happy we are with the final results it did not hurt that the Paris-based design firm “Gilles & Boissier” created a unique interior architecture.
Producing images that read clearly in any media is one thing, however, the extreme darkness and limited color palette made it a bit more challenging. See more images after the break.
Actually, it’s the Panek Residence in the posh neighborhood of the Ridges in Summerlin – for those of you not in the know, it’s like Vegas’s, dare we say “Beverly Hills.” (Ok, we said it)
We are working on a personal project on our Off Days. We can’t reveal too much right now, but we can show you some of the behind-the-scenes stuff. It’s an herculean task with so many interesting things to photograph. But for some unknown reason we decided to execute the project during the middle of summer with our fair city being in the middle of a desert . See more after the break Continue reading
We just relaunched our Francis + Francis site. The site focuses on our architectural work. A lot of blood, sweat and tears went into our selection process, but the end result is beautiful. We are finally able to show all the years of hard work in a clear and concise manner. Also updating what we have shot today (or lately) has been made easy with the use of “live books”, so you may be surprised on your future visits. Enjoy!