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Sam Querry for Tennis magazine

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Years ago Tennis magazine sent us to hang out and photograph a rising tennis kid named Sam Querry. Today he’s headed to his first Grand Slam semifinal in Wimbledon! Beating top ranked Brit and reigning champ Andy Murray. Good luck kid!

Molly Steele

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Our good pal and world adventurer Molly Steele has a new photo book out on Deadbeat Club. Check it out!

Photo taken by us for an old New Balance campaign.

RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF x Vast Life

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We recently had the opportunity to photograph Japanese Porsche tuner Akira Sakai of RWB as he pieced together the surf mobile Porsche for Vast Life. Lots of chain smoking and cutting apart an already awesome car. Those wheels!

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Piebald World (California) tour.

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I recently went away for a week on a quick tour with some old friends from a group called Piebald. I’ve been taking pictures of these guys for almost 2 decades and it was a great reunion. In the early 2000s I shot their “We are the only friends we have” album and this tour seemed like a celebration of that album. It’s also been a long ass time since I shot live band pics so that was also a great time. Lots more after the jump…

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Luftgekühlt (a vintage Porsche show)

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We added some photos from Luftgekühlt 3 to our website under the “new work” section. Check it out!

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Pedigree

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Final ad from a recent Pedigree campaign with the good folks at BBDO.

Terry Reid for Washington Post.

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Had the pleasure of photographing musician Terry Reid “who turned down bring in Led Zeppelin” for Washington Post recently while recording with the world’s favorite pirate. Here’s a photo of Claire with said pirate…

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You can see the article online HERE!

RIP Jon

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I started bringing a camera to shows in the mid 90s as a way to fit in I guess. I actually took my first photography class at the local county college to learn how to print the photos I was shooting at shows with a “sloppy border”. I shot this photo around ’94 or ’95 of one of my favorite bands, Sense Field. I really had no idea what I was doing back then and barely knew how to use a flash, the guy at the camera store gave me a quick tutorial and I was off. This is probably on one of the first 5 rolls of film I ever shot.

Recently, Jon Bunch of Sense Field passed away and I want to put this print up for grabs to anyone who donates to his memorial fund. Later in life we became friends and he was such an amazing person and myself and a shit ton of people out there in the world will miss him dearly. Help give a little back to his family and get a signed photo!

To get a print (8×10, no edition) forward me an email (jmw@day19.com) that you donated at least $50 to his memorial fund here… Jon Bunch Memorial Fund. If you want a bigger size just get in touch.

Sense Field. Black Cat, DC. 94-95ish.

For $100+ bucks I’ll throw in a print of this portrait I shot of him in a bathroom in Boston 1998ish (i’m bad with timelines).

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Shhhh, The Quiet Life.



We shot the Fall look book for our buddies over at The Quiet Life.

You can check out our edit over at Day19.com/new work.

The big ol’ end of summer blog post.



Another Summer is coming to an end and here are a bunch of photos from this past one. It went by quick. Warning: theres a lot of kids in these photos.

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