Floto + Warner was commissioned by Fortune Magazine to shoot Jersey Jack Pinball in Lakewood, NJ. “The company has spent $2 million in an effort to make ‘the best pinball machine ever built.’ The highly anticipated game, which has a Wizard of Oz theme — among other touches, there’s a ball-stealing flying monkey and ruby-red slipper flippers — and all the bells and whistles that would fit.”
Scott Frances recently shot the upper east side apartment of psychotherapist Frederick Eberstadt for the August issue of Architectural Digest. After his wife passed away, Eberstadt moved to the apartment on Sutton Pl, one of the most affluent streets in Manhattan. With views of the Queensborough Bridge, this newly renovated home is like a cabinet of curiosities.
Scott Frances is featured in the “Lighting Issue” of PDN this month. The article, titled “Shots in the Dark,” talks about photographer’s challenges in lighting large objects in dimly lit environments. “My work is only interested in the natural motivation of light, the logical motivation of light,” says Scott. “I’m more willing to experiment with longer exposures, higher ISOs and more wide-open f-stops. I would resort to almost anything rather than supplement the lighting.” To read more about Scott’s technique, click on the images below.
Scott Frances and VAUGHAN HANNIGAN would like to announce a VIP artist’s walk of his MonoVisioN exhibit at the D&D Building.
This is a very beautiful collection of architectural, travel and interior photography which chronicles Scott’s impressive career. Scott would like to take us through the beautiful collection of massive prints that wrap around 3 floors of this large gallery space.
Also, the exhibition has been extended by two weeks and now closes August 19th.
The event recently received an editors pick in New York Magazine: http://nymag.com/listings/art/scott-frances/
And here is a writeup from WhiteWall: http://www.whitewallmag.com/2011/06/27/scott-frances-monovision/
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Artist’s walk-through for VIP
Thursday, July 14th
6pm – 8pm
The D&D Building
222 East 59th Street
Beer and wine served
Opening night at The Pacific Design Center for Scott Frances’ first West Coast exhibition