Archive for January, 2012

21 helmets on Hell For Leather

A little while ago nemo participated in our friend Thor of SeeSee Motorcycles’ colaboration with Bell and various artist’s around the portland area. The helmets turned out amazing and the show was awesome. Check out our studio shots of all 21 helmets and the behind the scenes with the artists, video by Jess Gibson.

All on Hell For Leather


The One Motorcycle Show Is Back

Yes, its that time of year again! Only a few short weeks until the One Motorcycle Show is back, and better than ever. Mark your calendars and we will see you there!


Mastercraft Catalog With Josh Letchworth

One of the crazies and most insalely action packed, fun shoots we have done in a while was for the new mastercraft catalog. Which of course could not have been as visually appealing as it is without the magic trigger finger of the wonderful Josh Letchworth. Thanks to everyone who helped make this idea come to life. It looks amazing. Check out more images at Josh’s website.


Womens Halfpipe Hero Sarah Burke Dies at 29

We can easily say Sarah Burke was one of the sweetest, down to earth, chill girls we have met in the industry. Spending days on end shooting with her was a pleasure indeed. It makes our stomach’s turn and our hearts drop to think that a woman that amazing and talented has been taken from us so early in life. You can read more about her injuries and what caused her death at USA Today Sports.

You will always be remembered Sarah!

Much love and our warmest feelings go out to her family.

You can go to the give forward site where you can make a donation to help Sarah’s family pay for the medical care she received over the past couple weeks.

 


Art is Forever: Jason Sturgill + Jess Gibson

What do you think of when someone says Portland Oregon. Well, thanks to the popular show Portlandia you are probably dead on with any Portlandia influenced image that comes to mind…but when you are here in Portland there are 3 things for certain….1. you cannot walk a Portland block without (literally) running into a designer   2. 99.9% of the people you talk to will be heavily over caffeinated and have a tattoo  3. You will become privy to at least 5 art shows you should visit, within in your first 15 mins here.

So in the true spirit of Portland Oregon, Jason Sturgill, the mastermind behind Art is Forever created a nice sandwich comprised of art, designers, the Portland art museum and tattoos. Thanks to my cellmate here at nemo, Jess Gibson, we have some visual stimulation, in the form of video of this tasty design nerd sandwich.

You can read more about this project at juxtapoz.


Spencer O’brien wins first at TTR Tricks: O’Neill Evolution 2012

Damn girl! Cute, sweet and ripping. You have it all in our book!

Keep up the amazing riding in 2012!


Bell-Cadel Evans Tribute: Anatomy Of A Win

A video directed and produced by nemo.

Congrats crew, job well done.


Sarah Burke Seriously Injured

Just as we begin posting the uplifting story of Kevin’s recovery from his serious injury 2 years ago. Sarah Burke sustains a serious head injury at the same half pipe location, while also training for the Olympics. Our well wishes are with the beautiful young star and her family. You can read more about her injury at powdermag.

Studio Nemo Photo


MSNBC Covers Kevin Pearce’s Return To The Mountian

His story continues to inspire us all. Read more here.

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Christy Chaloux New Website

Check out the Lovely and talented Christy Chaloux’s Photography and her new revamped website.


Oneighty Creative: Unveiling the process for client…

Not only is the concept for this series totally awesome and relate able for every creative and creative agency in the world but the pictures and stylizing of items is just beautiful!

Way to nail the creative process, and make it look cleaner than the standard designers desk Oneighty! Its also nice for the client to be able to see everything that goes into making a project amazing, no its not true, designers don’t just pull your logos out of a magic hat…there is a creative process. Loving that creative process is what makes and awesome designer.


Future (or present) Fossils of Photography By Bughouse

Artists Jeff Klarin and Rebecca Johnson from Los Angeles design studio Bughouse have created some awesome sculptures which are individually hand-cast in cement and then color-stained to bring out the subtleties. Its funny that the title is Future Fossils, because as far as the world of photography in this new year of 2012 and the past 10 for that matter, the sculpted cameras are fossils of a photo generation past.