Photographer Nick Meek is on a wild adventure out west, a few new images are posted on his blog www.makegoodtime.net. Stay tuned for more! You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
We just saw this posted on Nick Meek’s blog www.makegoodtime.net, among several other recent posts of gorgeous personal work. This shot is is of Lac Emosson, Switzerland. You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Have a conversation with your new Sonata! Nick Meek shot this campaign in LA for the new (talking) Hyundai fleet of cars, a sweet addition to Nick’s growing cache of automotive campaigns. You can check out more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
The new VW Tiguan campaign, shot for the Australian market by Nick Meek, is featured today in Best Ads on TV. Congrats Nick! You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
When he’s not shooting campaigns, photographer Nick Meek spends much of his time climbing and skiing in the mountains of France. This incredible series of images were shot on a recent climbing trip, a few words about it taken from Nick’s blog ‘Make Good Time’: “In October we spent the night on a small outcrop […]
Nick Meek won a Gold / Best in Category in the “Non Commissioned Environmental Series” for his Yosemite Series as well as wins in the categories of “Non Commissioned Moving Image” and “Non Commissioned Environmental Single” at the 2011 AOP Awards. You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photographer Nick Meek spent 21 days in August shooting the 21st Century Beetle Campaign. In total he shot 26 ads to launch the car worldwide. Here are the first images art directed for the american market. You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Taken from photographer Nick Meek’s blog Make Good Time, these images were shot somewhere over Nevada… “I was flying back from Los Angeles three weeks ago when I spotted these amazing landscapes. Unfortunately I couldn’t get to my camera in time but as luck would have it another job came in that had me shooting […]
Another addition to the growing collection of VW ads shot by Nick Meek, this time for the new Touareg. Stay tuned for more VW ads shot by Nick in the very near future… You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Nick Meek shot these clever and handsome Volkswagen ads for DDB Sydney which have since been featured on Best Ads. You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Shot by Nick Meek in London, Dare’s “dog poo,” “spider,” and “paddling pool” executions for Greene King earned a nomination in the Alcoholic Drinks section at Cannes. Well deserved, and a nice addition to the very long list of awards and praise Mr. Meek has received over the years. You can see more work by […]
A lovely example of Nick’s personal work, taken from his blog ‘Make Good Time’. “Whilst shooting a campaign for VW near Denver a little while ago I noticed some guys driving their horses up a dirt road towards the paddock. I saw them every morning as we were driving to the location. On the last […]
We grabbed this very cool set of images titled ‘Audio/Visual’ off Nick Meek’s blog, www.makegoodtime.net. You can check out more of Nick Meek’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.
You can see more of Nick Meek’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Three new landscapes by photographer Nick Meek, taken on a recent trip to Japan in an area south west of Sapporo called Noboribetsu, Hokkaid?. Named after the volcanic caldera lakes of Lake Shikotsu and Lake T?ya, these images are of the walls surrounding one of the lakes. We love the textures and details created by the […]
From left to right, Les Grands Charmoz, La Blaitiere, Aiguille du Plan. You can see more of Nick Meek’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photographer Nick Meek traveled with the team from Y&R to New Zealand to shoot the new Land Rover campaign. You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Nick Meek was commissioned by Wired Magazine to shoot at NASA in Houston, Texas. You can see more images from the shoot on Nick’s blog.