Over the last couple of months we have been working with our new client, Trending Motorsports. They are a brand new business that unfortunately opened just before Covid19 shutdowns started.
Despite that, they have been doing a ton of business and are steadily growing! We started from scratch with the business, and provided them setup of various social media channels, PayPal, Yelp, Google Reviews and more. We also purchased their new domain and set up a website for them where customers can book appointments, leave reviews, ask questions and more.
Once the business was up and running we created a variety of print materials for them, including outdoor banners, business cards, flyers, and stickers.
You read the title correctly, Nissan is finally releasing long awaited details on the replacement for the 370z, which hasn’t been updated since 2009! Without even reading over the details it’s a safe bet that we will get a rear wheel drive, front engine coupe and convertible. The big question is what power plant Nissan will choose, with many armchair enthusiasts expecting the twin turbo V6 that can be found in the Infiniti Q50 and Q60, which is capable of producing a healthy 400hp.
So far, absent is a manual transmission option, with Nissan informing us that the only transmission available will be a seven speed automatic. While this will surely be a disappointment to many, we have to remember how far automatic transmissions have come in the last several years. Gone are the days of sluggish gear boxes that struggle to find the proper gears, replaced by dual clutch automatics that are far quicker at shifting than any traditional manual. Nissan did tease a six speed manual transmission in its SEMA car this year, but as of yet are staying pretty quiet on the possibilities in the future.
As per usual, the upcoming Nissan sports coupe will land as a direct competitor for the Ford Mustang, Toyota Supra, and Chevy Camaro, which means it will probably start at around $32k for a base model. Many have expressed a desire for an all-wheel drive option, however that doesnt seem to be something Nissan will offer, possibly because that would create an overlap between the 370z and the flagship GTR.
What do you guys think of the rendering below? It seems to share a striking resemblance to the Subaru BRZ/Frs and even the new Supra. Since the introduction of the Z car way back in 1969 there has been an ever growing cult following, creating generations of die hard fans across the world. That being said, we think Nissan will be selling plenty of whatever it is they decide to release.
Recently I got back to work shooting a group of buildings that Nova Glass did the windows on. The gorgeous building you see below is Chapman Stables, in NW DC. As I began to set up for the shoot a local gave me a nice history lesson, informing me that the building used to be the stable for the delivery horses that were used around DC. Super cool! Enjoy the photos below and stay tuned for their updated website soon!
Yesterday I had a great time with a couple of my favorite people, from The Nancy Yahner Group, Keller Williams. We filmed some promotional material for their use across all social media platforms and YouTube, stayed tuned to see those videos!
It has been a few months since this shoot for my good friends Lexi & Eric in Denver, but the photos are too gorgeous not to share. Lexi and Eric decided against a traditional wedding and instead chose to go a much more fun route! Check out some of the photos below to see for yourself!