Samuel Lynne Galleries
We have worked with some expensive props over the years and as our creative visions become more expansive and ambitious, there will no doubt be some surreal days ahead in the field.
However, it may be a long time before we can beat the thrill of taking a 1953 Testarossa to the most iconic stretch of the American Highway system - Forest Gump Point in Monument Valley.
There are so many people to thank for making the image I had in my head come to reality. Firstly we must thank the Navajo Nation and their elder Don Mose - who looked after us so well and entertained the crew to dinner. We were honoured to be their guests.
Brooks Nader is a great friend of the crew and always performs, irrespective of the cold or the long hours on the road. We like good energy and Brooks offers it at a level that is almost indecent.
Most of all, however, I would like to thank Joe Lacob for lending me his $60m car as a prop. Joe came down from San Francisco for the shoot with his wife Nicole and they had a blast. To be fair, it was difficult not to. We wish Joe and his Golden State Warriors continued success.
Blue Moon Rising