2019 Ford Ranger; Seattle

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Robert Wall

Glenwood, WA

Saber Lariat Super Crew Sport 4X4

Joe is a sports filmmaker and photographer from Colorado. His award-winning work has garnered him a reputation as one of the most creative and passionate image-makers in print, motion and effects.

“Normal” just isn’t in my nature. I’m constantly pushing my imagination and techniques to create something new, different and mind-blowing. If the viewer isn’t saying, “WOW!” then I haven’t done my job.

I began my career shooting high-speed, time-lapse and highly technical still photography projects, which led to a successful career as a sports photographer for advertising and editorial clients. Recently, I’ve integrated more motion work into my portfolio. Whether it’s stills or motion, inspiration can come from many different sources — backpacking trips, YouTube, or just focusing on my “dream clients” and what videos they need.

For this recent series of time-lapse films, I was inspired by an artist who poured layers of paint over a box, creating these amazing patterns which would then dry and be sold as art. This triggered something in my brain and I began visualizing a product being revealed from beneath paint, using a reverse time-lapse technique. For each video, I included a surprise, whether it’s revealing a hidden logo, or a set element that starts moving. Three of these projects have been released on my blog, each of which were made possible by my extremely talented team!


Eric Willett

Leavenworth, WA

Pepper Lariat Super Crew Sport FX4

Joe is a sports filmmaker and photographer from Colorado. His award-winning work has garnered him a reputation as one of the most creative and passionate image-makers in print, motion and effects.

“Normal” just isn’t in my nature. I’m constantly pushing my imagination and techniques to create something new, different and mind-blowing. If the viewer isn’t saying, “WOW!” then I haven’t done my job.

I began my career shooting high-speed, time-lapse and highly technical still photography projects, which led to a successful career as a sports photographer for advertising and editorial clients. Recently, I’ve integrated more motion work into my portfolio. Whether it’s stills or motion, inspiration can come from many different sources — backpacking trips, YouTube, or just focusing on my “dream clients” and what videos they need.

For this recent series of time-lapse films, I was inspired by an artist who poured layers of paint over a box, creating these amazing patterns which would then dry and be sold as art. This triggered something in my brain and I began visualizing a product being revealed from beneath paint, using a reverse time-lapse technique. For each video, I included a surprise, whether it’s revealing a hidden logo, or a set element that starts moving. Three of these projects have been released on my blog, each of which were made possible by my extremely talented team!


Geoff Guleveich

Leavenworth, WA

Lightning Lariat Super Crew Chrome FX4

Joe is a sports filmmaker and photographer from Colorado. His award-winning work has garnered him a reputation as one of the most creative and passionate image-makers in print, motion and effects.

“Normal” just isn’t in my nature. I’m constantly pushing my imagination and techniques to create something new, different and mind-blowing. If the viewer isn’t saying, “WOW!” then I haven’t done my job.

I began my career shooting high-speed, time-lapse and highly technical still photography projects, which led to a successful career as a sports photographer for advertising and editorial clients. Recently, I’ve integrated more motion work into my portfolio. Whether it’s stills or motion, inspiration can come from many different sources — backpacking trips, YouTube, or just focusing on my “dream clients” and what videos they need.

For this recent series of time-lapse films, I was inspired by an artist who poured layers of paint over a box, creating these amazing patterns which would then dry and be sold as art. This triggered something in my brain and I began visualizing a product being revealed from beneath paint, using a reverse time-lapse technique. For each video, I included a surprise, whether it’s revealing a hidden logo, or a set element that starts moving. Three of these projects have been released on my blog, each of which were made possible by my extremely talented team!


Joe Morahan