Some color snaps from my time in Iceland.

Sometimes you go to France and ask your very well-seasoned production manager (Antonin Dedet) who has worked with the likes of Leos Carax and Jacques Audiard to kindly be your stand-in for Novak Djokovic at a defunct abattoir. He was such a good sport and even took us out for one hell of a memorable wrap party night on the town in Nice.

Just wrapped out a shoot in Serbia with my mates from Cummins & Partners documenting the rise of the best tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic. Aces photographer, Tovo caught a behind-the-scenes moment of DOP, Adam McDaid riding the dolly, working diligently while I stood around looking pissed off for no good reason.

Alan Wolfson is a native New Yorker who has spent decades creating miniature urban sculptures that recall the changing landscape of NYC. Often, he creates with painstaking detail models of places that have actually existed, like Katz’s Deli (below).

Similarly, Michael Paul Smith creates scale model nostalgic environments that he photographs in a manner that would make you swear they’re real. All of the images that he creates are of a fantasy town that he’s named Elgin Park.

I’ve always been bothered by the the sexist trope in which women are posed suggestively to highlight a stereotypically “masculine” object of desire such as a car, motorcycle or a guitar. I was particularly amused by this series of ads in which a Portland-based Ducati dealer paired images of men from around their shop in contrast to their female model counterparts. I think it does a good job to point out just how absurd the cliche is.