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Good People Run crew run and photoshoot at Mount Eden Auckland City with Paul Petch. Featuring our launch range and legit running from our models and team.
When you’re consumed with a passion for something, be it a person, a place, or a purpose,you’re left with no option but to follow it. It demands everything of you and cares not for reason or rationale. This sort of attitude has landed me at the start line of a good few races I was ill prepared for, but I’ve always figured where’s the fun in doing something of which you’re certain and sure of the outcome?
Welcome to GRIT. An independent zine by Good People Run that shares narrative and images of running and it’s culture.
Interview with co-founder Matt Taylor at Tracksmith apparel. We talk about how running has lost its way, why Tracksmith is different and the story behind the retro brand.
When putting a piece together for Makers & Do’ers I usually think in themes; what is the overall resonance of
It’s the final long weekend off for the NZ Summer so i’ve decided to offer $25.00 off all photographic prints until Tuesday 9th. Simply add what you want to cart and the $25.00 will be automatically deducted from the total.
You know one of those runs when you head into the cool night that the wind whispers “keep going”? I do. A state of awareness that muscles are firing and working together with ease and thoughts of nothing more than right now become one. One of those runs. An ode to the runners high by Paul Petch.
These images are behind the scenes from an editorial/ fine art shoot at Whatipu on the Hillary Trail with collective shooter Ethan Lowry and brand ambassador Tim Richards. We will share the collection soon- but what a great lifestyle Auckland offers right!?! Mother nature really did treat us and if you want to run the track at an event- then you can with our friends over at Hillary Trail run.
Running does solve so many of life’s issues, and the Oatmeal just nailed it in a single illustration. It’s pretty much perfect, and offered as a signed print with free postage over here.
The images were captured for various promotions of the brand, project, website, and feature runners who are part of the collective. The locations varied for the imagery from the Te Henga trail, Auckland City and Mount region.
Imagine your exercise data as art and no matter how big or small your achievements are, you can be proud of what you’ve accomplished. A new project Made with Sisu takes data from Strava or Runkeeper and creates art. What a great idea!
For this coming season i’ve shot a series of photos centred around commercial running for brands, editorial, events and people and put them together into a postcard collection.