• Jennifer Davick
  • Urban Plates

    Photographer and Director Jennifer Davick has some brand new directorial work out for Urban Plates. The food company has followed the likes of Sweet Green and Dig Inn, and created a healthful menu using real food that’s made to order. Watch the spots below: https://vimeo.com/album/4977852/video/246310825

  • Jennifer Davick
  • Welcome to the Den: Jennifer Davick!

    We’re excited to welcome to the Big Leo Den: Jennifer Davick, a food photographer and director based in San Francisco, New York and Chicago! You might be familiar with her work, but she has a new website that’s structured to feature her poetic approach to food and culinary lifestyle. Jennifer’s work – which often integrates both still and […]

  • Video
  • Kate Mara for Women’s Health

    We’re so excited to share this new behind the scenes video for Women’s Health by director Duffy Higgins. It’s an intimate look into Kate Mara’s dreams and ambitions along with her movie theater preferences following her cover shoot for Women’s Health March Issue. We love Duffy’s keen directorial eye and think he did an awesome job putting […]

  • Lorenzo De Guia
  • ESPN + Zales

    Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’ve got another spot from director Lorenzo de Guia, this time featuring ESPN analyst Kevin Negandhi and his wife Monica. The cross branded video is for ESPN and Zales and is completely unscripted. And though it’s very simple, it was shot in three hours. Lorenzo turned around an edit in only 12 hours, and […]

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  • Welcome to The Den – Duffy Higgins

    Big Leo is thrilled to welcome our newest director, Duffy Higgins to The Den! Duffy’s directorial approach to storytelling is an intimate and visual affair. He’s brought his fresh and dynamic aesthetic to Levi’s for ESPN, Citi for the Summer & Winter Olympics, and to Kiehl’s for a charitable motorcycle ride across 1800 miles of Americana. […]

  • Video
  • Caribbean Craft

    David Land packed up his gear and traveled all the way down to Haiti for this shoot on Carribean Craft for West Elm and HandEye Magazine.  I feel like there was a time when it seemed that all manufacturing was moving towards bigger and more volume and lower quality, when buying from a company meant […]