Dramatic imagery contrasting vast wilderness with cruise ship luxury is now on view from seasoned lifestyle, travel/hospitality photographer and director Kevin Steele in his campaign for Norwegian Cruise Lines. “Feel Free to Let the Outside In" is a breath of fresh air that puts you in the moment and makes you feel “I want to be there.”
They say it’s always better the second time around. InterCommunications, Inc., can attest to that feeling when President/Creative Director Toni Alexander and Account Executive Danni Best returned to Peninsula Papagayo on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica to explore the ultimate member hideaway Prieta Beach Club with favorite lifestyle photographer and director Kevin Steele.
Mohammed V Foundation—established by His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco, in 1999, provides humanitarian relief to victims of natural disasters as well as welcoming home Moroccan nationals who live abroad. Working with NGO programs and ready with food support, social programs, cultural activity and education, the foundation is guided by its motto, “Ready To Help The Needy.” Award-winning director Peter Rodger understands the human condition.
Friends, this isn't a confessional, but we need to unpack! For the last six months we’ve been glamping (minus the tents, plus the golf membership) in a series of simply delectable five-star resorts dotted along the bright blue Pacific. So take a moment (namaste) and live vicariously through this vacay-inducing highlight reel, featuring the understated Auberge Collection and the unabashed pop sensibilities of the W Hotel.
Kevin Steele's presents a spectacular vision of what home can look like on a grand scale on Peninsula Papagayo, Costa Rica’s 1,400-acre protected sanctuary.
The West Coast is alive and well, as seen here. “Hidden Gems” is a series of short films for Visit California (over 16 million impressions in the first month!) produced by phenom Director Tom Kranzle and the stellar team at Venture Visuals.
It’s déjà vu for photographer Kevin Steele with his recent tourism campaign for South Dakota, and we are all lucky enough to cash in on the experience. This time around Kevin collaborated with ad agency Lawrence & Schiller and South Dakota Tourism for their 2017 campaign “My Great Place".
Jim Purdum tells stories with authentic moments, whether he is crafting a brand for a client or capturing a personal journey. His love of travel has brought fleeting moments of unique beauty, adventure and lifestyle to his audience. This past year, that sense of adventure brought him to a self-assigned stock photography project on Peru, where he followed some LA friends on vacation.
What happens when Digitas and Kevin Steele get together? They travel to the insanely beautiful island of St. Lucia to photograph a new campaign for American Express and Delta Airlines. As you can imagine, hanging out in the West Indies with a crew of amazingly friendly and creative people resulted in a seamless collaboration on four stunning shots full of warmth and invitation, a signature of Kevin’s work.
On the Pacific coast of Mexico, a 200-acre property is home to a boutique eco-resort offering guests an immersive experience into the local environment and landscape. Kevin Steele and his team recently visited this magical oasis so they could photograph the expansive property for their most recent campaign.
Team Vegar is an exciting new endeavor launched by photographer Vegar Abelsnes in response to the ever-changing landscape in the advertising industry.
Jim Purdum recently returned from a trip to Japan with a wealth of new lifestyle images depicting the day-to-day life is the bustling districts of Tokyo.
Kevin Steele and his crew slept to the sounds of the ocean as they spent a few days creating lifestyle imagery for Laguna Beach Luxury Resort.
The set of the 2015 New Hampshire Tourism campaign felt more like a vacation than a video shoot. The agency wanted Dennis to show them how he saw New Hampshire so he could bring the energy and genuineness they saw in his book and reel to their project, and boy did he deliver.