This in-store experience was meant to bring the online customization of the New Balance 574 inside a Foot Locker. The footprint provided was approximately 2' x 2' around a structural pillar. This concept catches the attention of shoe shoppers from a distance of 30' with the spinning shelving unit. The rows of colors align, spin, and realign to create an eye-catching display that illustrates the variety of colors and possibilities. The interactive section of the kiosk houses two 46" 1080p touch screen displays as well as two ares to feel and touch the fabrics and leathers that make up the 574. The interface of the the touch screen is a realistic "workspace" setting where the user can flick the shoe over to view different sides of the shoe. The color and textile selection is made by touching the shoe panel, dragging the finger to the desired color and removing the finger to commit the color selection. Once the shopper is happy with their design, they can share to popular social media channels and print a partial receipt, which they then take to checkout to purchase the shoes.
This area of Flying J convenience stores was primarily used for pre-packaged breakfast items and coffee. Quaker teamed up with this large convenience store chain and we developed a destination where people who have been on the road for a while can slow down and take away a breakfast that's much healthier and tastier. I developed this theme for this destination, construction all the displays and dispensers.
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This was an incredible holiday with 6 great friends (Great British that is) to Ireland. We road-tripped around the Ring of Kerry, stayed in Killarney and Galway. We finally arrived in Dublin for the most amazing wedding and reception I've ever been to. Tom and Kate, you are a beautiful couple!
Thanks be to the folks at LensProToGo. They were very personal and professional, making sure I had the right equipment for the job, even though my "job" was a vacation. http://www.lensprotogo.com/
I shot most everything on a Nikon 1 V1. I love this particular mirror-less camera because of its ability to shoot 400 and even 1200 fps!!!! The resolution dwindled down to 640x240 at 400 fps so I only shot this setting and 1080i most the time.
The song is called "Welcome Home" by Radical Face (http://www.radicalface.com/)
I hope you enjoy watching this and I REALLY appreciate any and all criticism. Thanks in advance.
This is a ski/board/spa holiday video from our time in Chamonix, France. We drove from London, stayed in Baune and then skied for 6 days. The weather was undeniably perfect and who better to spend this time with, but with great friends. Everyone's British except myself. Most footage was filmed on a GoPro Hero 2 and a Contour helmet mounted camera. Stills came from a variety of point-and-shoot digital devices. The music is credited and the end of the video.